Here we've gone over the issue of the rights to Wright and the merchandising and non-profit issues discussed in this thread -- although not as thoroughly as I would have liked because we were still on last week's topic of copying in general raised in Angela's JIRA (please vote and help keep this topic open).
I still continue to contemplate the systemic problem in positing a regime where you active embrace and celebrate Free because you need to ensure that work tools are free for you, in order to have zero or less business costs, and your product is free so your customer is attracted to you -- indeed must be free because if you charge supposedly someone else will make it free anyway -- but you can only then sell on top of that with consulting and customization or...some other secret sauce. I think that ultimately, this is short-sighted and infantile even while its practitioners style themselves as pragmatic and hard-nosed "reality-based" digital business people -- because it posits that the world that values paid content somehow continues to exist around you as you set up your freebie opensource sandbox, heedless of your undermining of this very notion with your copyleftism.
It's like all the blogs that exist on the feeds from the AP and real newspapers, and demand they be free and see this as a "fair use" issue or a Free "information wants to be free" issue, and yet then don't count the costs of production of that content, as if we're all supposed to be having a barn-raiser or holding up Lenin's log in a "Wealth of Networks" where somebody *else* is always paying for the network costs, not me or you.
And I think it's irresponsible because ultimately, why would I pay for knowledge how to work a free thing, or a jingle, or a movie soundtrack, a different colour of a dress, or a widget with my name engraved on it, when the cost of that is driven down to $0, too? Why would the cost of those consulting gigs and customization orders not drive down to $0 like the original content, too? So that means that each area then can have very few consultants, or very few customizers because many people will then start to get it for free and as business is scarce, those with the most connections and resources will grab what paying business is left in this rapidly devaluating sphere. The Wealth of Networks pretty soon starts to look like the Confiscation of Value From Everyone Else by the Strongest. There's something about this world model that is ultimately bankrupt. Like communism. Because it's technocommunism.