[texhax] LaTeX legal help

Uwe Ziegenhagen ziegenhagen at gmail.com
Sat May 6 07:09:27 CEST 2017

Just use it. You can publish as much as you want commercially without paying any fee. However if you become a millionaire the TeX user groups are happy about a donation. 

Cheers and good luck,



> Am 06.05.2017 um 01:52 schrieb Alojzy Leszcz <alojzy.leszcz at gmail.com>:
> Dear TUG support team,
> First, let me apologise for interrupting you. The thing is I've spent some time searching on the net for answers to my question but haven't found any 100% sure response yet. I thought you might be able to give me a hint.
> I've been writing a book with LaTeX (Windows, MikTeX) which I plan to put on my website and sell it (only pdf, no plans to benefit from sources). Could you please tell me what's the best place to post questions about dos & donts with using LaTeX commercially ?
> From what I've already learnt I think all is fine with my use case, but prefer to make sure. I could even name the packages I use (nothing fancy - rather standard ones).
> Kind Regards,
> Alojzy Leszcz, Mr.
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