Dennis, Thanks for your kind answer, but -> I'm not a company, I'm a person trying to use open source software to learn and contribute like anyone else ... if Cloudera claims that his software is open source so why an agreement is needed? It shouldn't, it defeats completely the purpose. I'm not signing any "agreements", either the code is free on NOT, as simple as that!! If NOT, then just say so ... Stop using "open source" as a fashion flag, this will simply diminish the real coders that produce and put their code available REALLY FOR FREE!! If Cloudera got the free code available and built upon on and now wants to sell it, OK, I have no problem with that, but DONT say it is opne source, because it isn't if you charge for it ... Sorry, but this is so obvious to me ... am I so blind, dumb or missing anything here?
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