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So, just out of curiousity, how many people here are gonna feel the pain now that Blender is dead? I know I will. I had just started getting into 3D modelling when the site went down. I got a question though. When I got my copy of Blender, I agreed to a licence. If they go and sell the code or something and the new owners make a differnet licence, am I bound by the one I agreed to or the new one? Thanks, later Landsknecht

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I got a question though. When I got my copy of Blender, I agreed to a licence. If they go and sell the code or something and the new owners make a differnet licence, am I bound by the one I agreed to or the new one?


Read the license you agreed to. Does it allow them to update the terms? If so, under what conditions does it allow them to? There''s your answer .
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So, just out of curiousity, how many people here are gonna feel the pain now that Blender is dead? I know I will. I had just started getting into 3D modelling when the site went down.

I''m going to keep using Blender since: (a) I''m a programmer and don''t have money to waste on modeling tools I use once a week at most, (b) Blender runs in Linux natively, and (c) I''m used to the interface now .

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