<p>Am I correct in saying that using a GPL'ed web application framework such as Composite C1 would NOT obligate a company to share the source code we write against said framework? </p>
That is the purpose of the AGPL, am I correct?
The GPL would require any changes that we make to the framework be made available to others if we were to offer it for download.
In other words, merely loading a web sites content into my browser is not "conveying" or "distributing" that software.
I have been arguing that we should avoid GPL web frameworks and now after researching I am pretty sure I am wrong but wanted to get other opinions?