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02/21/12 23:52:48 (4 years ago)
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  • Ticket #16898, comment 26

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    66> However, rather than discuss abstract scenarios can we discuss specific use-cases as to why this becomes a real issue? 
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    8 You can discuss them all you like, but here's the thing: You are not required to have your code in the WordPress.org repository. If the requirements are suitable for you and your code, then don't put it in the repository. Release it on your own website instead. 
     8You can discuss them all you like, but here's the thing: You are not required to have your code in the WordPress.org repository. If the requirements are unsuitable for you and your code, then don't put it in the repository. Release it on your own website instead. 
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    1010> "**[http://code.google.com/p/google-api-php-client/ Google's Official APIs Client Library for PHP]**" is licensed by Apache 2.0.  And I'm pretty sure we'd consider Google's API to be less than insignificant in the world of web infrastructure.