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Lewis Cowles74,902 Points
One of the examples given on WordPress, I believe is incorrect
I'm quite sure that the statement that when you buy a premium theme, what you are paying for is the support is not correct, or even that close to being accurate, or correct. GPL has nothing to do with cost of works, it is to do with the freedoms of the end-user; and supports the notion that if derrivitive works are created of a paid-for piece of software, while all users who purchased may redistribute, this is not a way around the paid-for nature of the original licensing arrangement, and all derrivitive works will maintain all the terms of the original work.
I Know this is super pedantic, but I actually did a double-take when I heard the video; as this is something I have written the the FSF about, as my company is working towards releasing our software under a GPL license, allowing us to maintain it's commercial status, whilst giving more freedoms to our customers.