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From Niclas Hedhman <nic...@hedhman.org>
Subject Re: software licensing
Date Wed, 05 Feb 2003 02:54:46 GMT
On Monday 03 February 2003 17:55, Leszek Gawron wrote:
> The Apache license allows to use cocoon in commercial products. 

The Apache Gods, who wrote the License, really understood what "freedom" 
means. With that came you being allowed to do practically anything you like 
with the product, OSS or commercially.

So feel free to include Cocoon in any commercial offering, embedded in other 
products, sold by itself with support or whatever.
If you need to restrict the access to Cocoon for commercial reasons, then you 
have to work that out yourself.

Niclas

> Usually
> commercial products are licensed for access ( per computer or a number of
> floating licenses ). Is there any way that cocoon application could be
> licensed too? The customer buys 10 licenses which allows to have at least
> 10 sessions opened on the server. Maybe it is stupid for web application,
> but for normal applications using cocoon as data provider it is not.
> Currently you have to license your system on client basis.
>
> Is this possible ?
> 	ouzo


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