@deejoe @email@example.com @robert When things like RollApp exist (who say that they can take any app -- absolutely any at all -- and turn it into a web app) like https://www.rollapp.com/app/gimp then it seems pointless to make a distinction between network & non-network if any can be either. Plus: The GPLv3 was originally going to have the Affero clause in it anyway so using the AGPLv3 is like using what the GPLv3 was originally going to be anyway.
@lxoliva From what I can tell, what runs on RollApp's servers is entirely proprietary. For phone things I see that they have Android Studio so one could write Android things "in the cloud." I'm not sure about running them.
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