Philip S. wrote:
You may do anything you want with the source code you create - you may
licence it in any form you wish and distribute it in anyway you wish.
The MIT licence only applies if you are extending Rails itself.
(Although, if you really need legal advice, go ask a lawyer :), as one I
I’m not a lawyer either, but I think you become bound by the MIT
license if you freeze rails into your distribution.
Have you read through the MIT license though? It and the new BSD
license are extraordinarily non-restrictive, and clearly allow you to do
non-free things with code released under them.