If Canonical removes a program from the repositories of the Ubuntu Software-Center, what exactly happens to my installation?
I like using the Software-Center to easily find and install programs on Ubuntu and to manage updates so that the software is always on the latest version. As an example, I'm using the program MediaInfo (for no particular reason). MediaInfo changed their licensing from LGPL to FreeBSD recently: While it is still FOSS, it may be possible that the program (or any other program out of the Software-Center) gets bought by a company that applies a proprietary license or adds other functionality that does not agree with the terms of the Ubuntu software repositories made available to the users in the Software-Center.
In this case, it will likely be removed from the Software-Center, if I understand it correctly. What will happen to the program on my computer, if I already have installed it at that point?
Will it automatically be removed from my system? Will it just not be updated to the next version? Will the last appropriate version still remain available in the Software-Center? And will I receive some kind of notification about any of this?