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nourdine
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Hello guys.

My understanding about of licensing of the stuff we sell over here is that a standard codecanyon license is applied “by default” to anything sold in the marketplace. Is there anything else a developer should add to the source files? Any good practice that one should stick to?

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DanielPaul
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I always add a link to the license page on my scripts so that people know that there is a license to abide by… also add a link to the item page so that if anyone else if looking at your item, they know where it is from…

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vtimbuc
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Envato could include automatically a license file in the zip (regualar or extended, depending on the bought license).

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nourdine
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I always add a link to the license page on my scripts so that people know that there is a license to abide by

What license? The envato’s? (in which case, where’s tjhe link?) I do not reckon you can license your work with anything else. Am I wrong?

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DanielPaul
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it must be this innit? http://codecanyon.net/licenses/regular_extended

Yep, thats the one

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