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Okay, this is a stupid question: will it still be free? Because Wikipedia said that you sometimes have to pay for a NPO software.
Sugested that too. Hey ho. I'd link you to the original discussion but it's not visible to most people (seekrit team board stuff that is more dangerous than wikileaks).
Finally some great news... and congrats to K@ as...
Simple Machines Forum is developed in an open source environment and built by harnessing the creative power of several programmers around the world. The new organizational structure returns us to our roots as a community owned project.
Does this mean that licensing for SMF will change from the current proprietary free license that SMF distributes under to a GNU license?
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