## About licensing.
The purpose of the cddl license is to free you from sorrows about legal circumstances.
It says that the source code can be freely used, amended, sold, (re)licensed or distributed as long as the very same license is applied **and** the reference to the author(s) stays intact.
There's only one catch:
> whenever modified source code is sold, (re)licensed or distributed,
> you MUST publish (make available) the source code under the very same license.
Please note that the CDDL license comes on a per file basis.
For some auxillary scripts, the EUPL is used. This has no other reason than the wish to emphasize the european origin of the softwares.
Well, if you require a different license, like GPL or MIT or other, this can be granted with this procedure:
1. Send a fax to +31 84 831 91 13 mentioning your name(s), location, email address, and the name of the license needed. Include a short description of the purpose and/or the target system or product.
2. Send a donation of Euro 15,00 thru paypal to firstname.lastname@example.org.
3. A confirmation email is sent to you.
4. Reply to this confirmation email within 10 days.
5. The new license and source codes are installed at a cloud address for you to download. This download location ceases to be accessible in 3 months.
Make sure, whatever you do, to comply with the proposed code of conduct.
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