[Bf-committers] Syntax Highlighting & Alternate Languages
dfelinto at gmail.com
Tue Aug 2 22:40:38 CEST 2011
from what I recall ...
>Out of curiosity, Is it legal to sell a python add-on to Blender,
> since it links to the blender python api?
If it's only a python add-on (which I believe it's) then it's legal.
If it involves changes in the Blender code it's legal BUT you need to share
the changes made in Blender base code.
The question is not "selling" but "distributing" it, regardless of value
2011/8/2 Jonathan Smith <j.jaydez at gmail.com>
> Out of curiosity, Is it legal to sell a python add-on to Blender, since it
> links to the blender python api?
> I remember a discussion about it but can't remember what the outcome was.
> Maybe Someone else can enlighten me. I personally have no problem with it,
> but I just wanted to check.
> On Tue, Aug 2, 2011 at 1:04 AM, Sinan Hassani <sinan.hassani at gmail.com
> > @Campbell
> > I'm actually trying to sell the plugin. If I sell enough copies I would
> > more than happy to re-license it under GPL.
> > Not saying what "enough copies" is at this time, I just released the
> > plug-in today.
> > For info about this plug-in:
> > A video of the plug-in in action:
> > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hGMFDmbR9U8
> > Sinan
> > >Hi SInan, could you give a link to the post?
> > >We could have this builtin to blender since we have an to edit
> > >external images and it seems useful.
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