Even if you are not required by the license to release the source code for your modifications, it is very likely in your best interest to do so. By giving your improvements to the community, you reduce the burden on your organization to maintain a separate version.
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From the editor: Find more about the legal requirements involved in using open source software in this response from attorney Scott Nathan.
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