I am not sure if this is the right forum to raise this topic? I mean, the other 2 forums are for SDK and Support. So here goes... I have an open source app, which I wish to sell...The IADP submission process doesn't allow me to sell an open source app...why is this so? What's the reasoning behind it? My view is this... I believe I have added some value to the open source project, and as per the license, I am allowed to charge for my effort if I wish to do so, as long as I open source the modified source as well (which I have done) under the terms of GPLv2, on which the original open source project is based. This is my basic understanding of the GPLv2. I am keeping the software 'free'. It is possible that my view of the GPL is wrong. If so, please let me know what I am overlooking.
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