[General] TriCitizen new Tox client on Android

gary at mohan.net gary at mohan.net
Mon Aug 2 21:30:52 UTC 2021

Gregory, if you can persuade the venture investment team at Facebook to 
fund what I'm doing and they want to pay for open sourcing it, I'll do 
it then.

Am more than happy to open source if getting paid to do so.

On 2021-08-02 8:29 pm, Gregory Mullen (grayhatter) wrote:

> The stackexchange article is about LGPL which isn't the same license as
> toxcore. But even if it was, (it's not), Toxcore isn't a just a runtime
> dependency, it's both a build time dependency and a statically compiled
> part of the android application. So arguments about shared libraries
> don't apply.
> On Mon Aug 2, 2021 at 6:21 AM PDT,  wrote: GPL allows distribution of 
> binaries in a closed source project.
> https://opensource.stackexchange.com/questions/7737/am-i-allowed-to-provide-compiled-binaries-of-open-source-libraries
> https://www.quora.com/Do-I-have-to-disclose-my-code-when-using-GPL-runtime-depedencies?share=1
> On 2021-08-01 2:47 pm, nurupo wrote:
> Hi,
> Any updates regarding TriCitizen violating the terms of c-toxcore's GPL
> license?
> We would like to see this issue resolved as soon as possible.
> ---
> Regards,
> nurupo
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