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Gewora says

You still need the permission from blizzard.

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Gewora says

+1

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Gewora says

Yes, you can write eveything using procedural PHP programming. However using classes and OOP makes your scirpt clear and it’s easier.

No, that is not true. You can’t say that ever OOP coded software is automatically good. That is like saying that every car with a powerful engine is automatically fast, but it all depends on the weakest parts (“a chain is as strong as its weakest link”).

Beginers should always start with procedural until they got comfortable with that, and then slowly move to OOP.

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Gewora says

Contact a lawyer.

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Gewora says

Hello,

please contact us if you still need this job to get done.

Thanks!

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Gewora says

Yes, but not for free. At least this is what the terms say.

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Gewora says
You’re right. Charging for something you’ve purchased is not moral, but put it for free after the buyer made customizations I think it isn’t bad. Putting it free doesn’t mean I’m publishing the code, so I’m not distributing the source.

It’s like a template purcharsed on ThemeForest. You can use it for your website and onyone can visit it. You can’t make money selling it again (isn’t allowed, you would be selling the source code), but you can add some ads. You must know that you aren’t distributing free the source code when you publish it on Google Play (for example).

It does not matter if you publish the source or not. As the terms say, you are not allowed to offer it for free, even after you modified it a bit.

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Gewora says


Where is the staff statement?
The more complex license questions should always go through a Support ticket. They’re the experts :)

Please don’t get me wrong, but you have a label right to your name which states “Staff”, so i assume that you work at envato. Correct me if i am wrong.

If so, shouldn’t be you more like

“Oh well, you are right, this is wrote extremely complicated. I will pass that over to the staff and they back to you as soon as possible”

instead of like:

“Please leave me alone, everything is fine. If you believe that something is not how it should be submit a ticket.”?

especially when this is something that affects the whole community? As i said, don’t get me wrong but sometimes i have the feeling that you are a robotoer who does nothing else then posting canned responses, and referring to the support ticket system. No wonder why they are so much behind with the tickets, if every user should submit a ticket for every problem.

So please forward this:

Well, after reading it 30 times, think i got it. It means that you can make any amount of copies of the end product (the end product is NOT the ourchase, but the product that you make with it), and distribute it to ONE client. It does not say that you can distribute this copies to more than one client. However, envato should update that immediately, so that you don’t need 30 min to understand that.

But as i said, it’s morally a absolut no-go to think that you can get a product for a handfull dollars and make money out of it.

to the the team, in order to make it more understandable.

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Gewora says

Where is the staff statement?

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Gewora says

Click on the “Details” Tab, in the certification window, then you should see the fingerprint.

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