The main difference for us would be, with GNU GPL, anyone who sells bots to other people would be legally required to provide the source if requested, and to allow those other people to distribute (or even sell) that source for themselves.
[Edit] I would actually be okay with this change, lol. Fair catch @Blue Raja, we should be mindful to write our own implementation based on the authentication principle to keep the MIT license in place.
They’re also a lot easier to wash out than wooden screens. The mesh count refers the tightness of the weave in the mesh fabric of the screen.
A higher mesh count means the fibres of the mesh are closer together and a lower count means the fibres are more loosely woven, so more ink can pass through the screen.
In order to use any code from the Win Auth project, we'd be legally required to switch to GNU GPL.
They were the voices of a powerful lobby, a gun lobby, that has prevailed for the moment in an election year.” It was the same conversation we're still having—except now mass shootings are the thing. Since 1968, more Americans have died from gunfire than have died in all our wars put together. Who's doing all the shooting and where are they getting all those guns and how many do they have and can't we get control over this clusterfuck?
“The voices that blocked these safeguards were not the voices of an aroused nation.
Starting Dec 9, anyone losing items in a trade will need to have a Steam Guard Mobile Authenticator enabled on their account for at least 7 days.
Otherwise [..] items will be held by Steam for up to 3 days before delivery.