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Vlajki says

Hello!

I’ve recently stumbled upon a small and responsive CSS framework by Yahoo, called Pure. It’s pretty neat and lightweight and I would like to use it for building a few templates for selling on TF.

But my concern is whether I’m allowed to use it here because it’s licensed under BSD License. I’ve never heard of it before. Does anyone know if I’m allowed to use it or not?

Kind regards! :)

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Vlajki says

bump

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Asasi says

At last, can we use resources with BSD license?

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