Sarcasm, fine. Conjecture about who I am or what I may or may not do, whatever. I don’t care if you like me. Not my problem.
I don’t intend to make money from this first project, but I want to make it available to as many people as possible, permanently (I was in fact planning out when to invest in an Indie license, but obviously that money could be useful for other things, too). I do personally know others who were forced to go digging through years-old archives to remove tiny bits of code to avoid having their projects taken down - I mean they were told their projects would be taken down - and very, very recently (you can probably guess the company involved; it has a very close relationship to JUCE, and, I believe, wouldn’t bat an eye if they had any reason to sue me). I don’t want to make money from this yet, but I don’t want to spend my time learning a framework if I can’t be sure it won’t bite me. Again, this does happen to people; I know them personally, and admonishments from people I don’t know on the internet don’t mean much, when other coding help sites at least make this permission official.
I didn’t expect a definitive response from a dev, necessarily, and I wouldn’t expect the legal aspect to interest you much, if you have other people to spend their time on it (I can’t say I didn’t expect sarcasm or derision). The issue I brought up doesn’t just apply to me, but to everything posted here by all users. If I’m wrong, correct me. If it doesn’t interest you, that’s another question. I happen to think it’s a legitimate concern.