I have tried to track this down and verify but the legalize is very circular.
We are writing a program that will be freely distributed in some cases and its use will be resitricted by subscription in other cases through a Silverlight application running on the web.
- We do not intend for the users of our .xap dlls to be able to view all of our source code nor have access to it.
- We do not mind distributing the SL4PopupMenu in its own .dll within the .xap if required.
- When distributing a .xap for end-users there is no convenient way to provide 'copyright' notices associated with the service.
- We are NOT selling the SL4PopupMenu as though it were our own, we are selling the use of our application which includes a running instance of the SL4PopupMenu project.
I'm not sure if any of our intentions violates the current license (GPLv2) associated with this project. If so, I fear we may not be able to use this project in our solution. We would be interested in using the product in a way that was
agreeable without violating licenses required.