It depends what you mean by "sell". If you mean "Can I sell it as if I had created it?" then NO - you cannot. Most open source software does not allow you to sell it except where you have added a significant piece of functionality and you are charging ONLY for that and also, for the reasonable cost of transferring the code to a CD / DVD and the cost of posting. They do NOT allow you to sell software that they have made freely available under open source.
by Sushma Webber5 years ago
How many types of open source software do you use?I have been using openoffice.org for some years now. I have also used GIMP and Inkscape before. I was wondering how many people out there use open source software for...
by mtsi10988 years ago
some examples of Open Source are software/utilities that do not enforce funds such as OpenOffice an alternative to MS Officesome others:gaim for IM...songbird for MPS and music...
by Andrew Orrell6 years ago
Yesterday I was considering starting up a second website. I had an idea that I've been mulling over for a while. When I went to check on availability of domain names I was very suprised to see a .co.uk...
by davidwillium6 years ago
actually, there is really no "THE BEST" os in the market.. It's all about user preference.. but I can give you the most preferred OS'es by the masses..- Windows (7, xp) - these are preferred by people because...
by Syed Hunbbel Meer5 years ago
Any open-source time tracking software for employers?Is there any good open-source time tracking software for employers?For example, if Mr. A wants to track Mr. B's computer activities (for work related to Mr.A) i.e....
by Cassandra Mantis7 years ago
I am looking around for free open source software / freeware that will let me create Apps for Android or Apple iPhones / iPads. Can you help suggest anything? What do you use? And is it any good?
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