What you say is true to the extent that ExtJS has made it INCREDIBLY
ambiguous to decipher their verbiage. Basically what I have boiled it down
to is that you can use ExtJS at no cost as long as you don't distribute it.
They consider using ExtJS on a public website as distribution and so far all
of my coding has been intranet based. At least that is what I have been
able to decipher by emailing with the proxy person to their attorney.

Of the customers of mine that have eventual plans to use it on the internet,
after I show them how much value (i.e. time saved) ExtJS provides, well, the
cost becomes a moot point because it is reasonable based on time saved.

With all that said, my goal is to introduce a second "render kit" for RPGUI
that utilizes only LGPL and MIT licensed Javascript libraries (i.e. jQuery,
prototype, etc).

Never thought I would see the day where I had to understand legal verbiage
just to develop software. Interesting times we live in for sure.

Aaron Bartell
http://mowyourlawn.com
http://mowyourlawn.com/blog/


On Thu, Aug 12, 2010 at 10:48 AM, <hr@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Aaron

let me remind you of, that Ext JS in it self are GPLv3 licensed and if
you uses any UX, they have seperate licenses - and they may be LGPL
licensed, but you will still be prohibited in commercial use.

So RPGUI also uses GNU GLPv3 components - and will NOT in a commercial
perspective be free !!!

Henrik


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