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From "Morrison, John" <>
Subject RE: software licensing
Date Mon, 03 Feb 2003 09:59:57 GMT
Why would you want to?  You can run as many Cocoon instances as
you like...


> From: []
> The Apache license allows to use cocoon in commercial 
> products. 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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