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But at the same time I do have to earn a living and I have decided to take one of my previous open-source projects and enhance it with the purpose of selling it. The original version will remain freely available, only the new one will be closed. I know I do not run afoul of any of the licenses since the only library I use is libc, everything else in my projects are my own libraries, but at the same time over the years I have benefited from the open source model (not financially, but availability of a solid platform and development tools) and I feel that I have given much back in that I have distributed most of my software on an open-source model. Would I still get the evil eye from the OSS world under this circumstance??? What is the opinion if most of my software is open-source and 1 or 2 projects are not???