Having Waldorf produce the boards seems like a great idea, that will give
the project more freedom of design.
Bt my understanding GPL says nothing about no profit. (I'm open to correction).
The way I understand it is a company can sell a piece of software under GPL
for any amount of money, but source must be made available, and the company
can't forbid you to copy/distribute it.
So I would think if your going to require Waldorf to produce boards at no
profit don't justify it with GPL.
It seems Waldorf has alot to offer: smt, design skills, more clout with
parts suppliers, etc. In the original design we were going to
pay a company to produce the boards at a profit, why is it different
Last thing I would want to happen is have Waldorf withdrawl from there
offer because of the potential costs to them. I.e. email/phone support,
In summary I'm 100% for Waldorf's participation in the project.
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