[wp-hackers] Revamping the <!--nextpage--> Pagination Function

Andy Beard list.andy at gmail.com
Thu Nov 9 05:58:25 GMT 2006

Lloyd D Budd wrote:
> That is an absurd statement. Talk to a lawyer.

If someone wants to contribute the cost of the lawyer to my development fund
sure. Even then I doubt the opinion could be based around test cases and
offer any level of security.

The GPL has a special version for programs such as libraries that allow them
to be used in the development of commercial products.

What I am effectively doing is creating commerical function libraries, and
then using them from a plugin. The plugin interface might be regarded by
many as being GPL depending on how it uses other Wordpress functions, but
the libraries are not.

That being said, I have also made sure my programmers don't use other GPL
plugins as source for the interface elements. 

My license is written in such a way that if  during 3rd party code review it
is determined that a certain file, due to the way it interacts with
Wordpress makes it GPL, then the specific license reverts to GPL for that
one file.

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