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Thanks for adding this. I'm going to be honest and say that i don't really have the legal wherewithal to comprehend this document. What's the short version? Can we host modified versions of BrowserQuest for profit?
The basics are, if you add a source file you can license it as you wish, even proprietary. You may sell it as long as you have a way someone can download the source code, and you make this way know the person you're selling it to.
However currently there's only a license for the code.
Okay cool - what exactly do you mean by 'add a source file'? Does refactoring existing files count?
It seems, (and should you sell this you will definitely want to check) that source code you contribute is yours, but modifying a file does not make it yours.
e.g. If I edit source A it is still under MPL, but if I add source file B to the project, without using any code from the project, it is mine.
Meaning that source B doesn't depend on any existing project code?
Yes, exactly, if you write all of source B, it is yours to license as you wish. Also the license is fairly strict in saying that you must have the source code readily available if you sell it in executable form (or charge people to use it in their browser).