• MorphOS Developer
    Posts: 619 from 2005/8/27
    From: the land with ...

    If the new developer released a competing product based on MorphOS code then you'd legally be able to stop them, regardless of the existence of an NDA.

    In summary, an NDA is irrelevant when it comes to licensing, they are separate concepts.

    Wasn't that my point exactly?

    NDAs are about knowledge, copyright is about produced content. NDAs exist because you can freely apply knowledge without breaking any copyright (though there is a third domain called patents which try to curtail that).

    - CISC
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