Well most restrictions imposed by a license are a bit academic because if some on wants to break them you have to, one find out and two be prepared to splash out the cash to get lawyers to take to to court. The only ones who will make money are the lawyers.
I'd also like to publish the ... code ... the Creative Commons Noncommercial license
Bear in mind that the AVR-Libc or Arduino Core license may poison your plans.
From reading the existing licenses, my understanding is nothing prevents someone from making money on an Arduino-based design like mine.
when I grew up everyone was stealing video games, through 3 people or so we used to know someone,
QuoteFrom reading the existing licenses, my understanding is nothing prevents someone from making money on an Arduino-based design like mine.I never claimed otherwise.By using LGPL code you may or may not be able to add a non-commercial restriction. I cannot find anyone who has offered an opinion either way. As far as I can tell, with the GPL license, you cannot add a non-commercial restriction.
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