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1. I have to wait until upstream accepts it before I can use my own change in my own production.

2. I have to hope upstream accepts my change at all.

3. I have to give up the rights to my change if upstream accepts it at all.

High risk of vendor lock-in, and no right-to-repair.


> However, the issue is that companies are not able to ...

That's fine. I'm not asking any company to do something. I stating my reasons why I can't use what the company is offering. It sounds like what the company wants is to not license the code, but to sign a contract with me for a service. Would you sign a contract you don't like?

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