A friend and I developed a software which we would like to be free as in freedom.
We would like our software to be available to anyone for no money, but we would like to sell the source code to those interested in.
My goal then is :
- Anyone has access to binary gratis
- Anyone who wants the source from our version pays a fee
Would it still be a FOSS ? If not, what could be an alternative ?
EDIT : to be clearer
My goal is not to be the sole vendor of the software. I'm aware that once the sources are bought by someone, then this person can distribute it, modify it and sell it without restrictions. My hope is that while my sources are still being updated, it would be better for someone to get the "official" version.
Actually, my main concern is there are still functionalities to be implemented, I'm eager to have some user feedback, but I don't want to accept merge requests from outside our team and I'm a bit afraid of someone forking and doing a better/faster job at implementing new functionalities.