Xenial.Beer 0.0.9 License Info
The Prosperity Public License 3.0.0
Contributor: Manuel Grundner
Source Code: https://github.com/xenial-io/Beer
This license allows you to use and share this software for noncommercial purposes for free and to try this software for commercial purposes for thirty days.
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Limit your use of this software for commercial purposes to a thirty-day trial period. If you use this software for work, your company gets one trial period for all personnel, not one trial per person.
Developing feedback, changes, or additions that you contribute back to the contributor on the terms of a standardized public software license such as the Blue Oak Model License 1.0.0, the Apache License 2.0, the MIT license, or the two-clause BSD license doesn't count as use for a commercial purpose.
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