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cwattengard says

Is use of a theme for a WebApp part of the Regular License?

Being more specific our use-case is that we work around work-environment, and part of that is to do work-environment surveys. We also offer this survey-tool to other clients that work on work-environment themselves.

Our WebApp interface is getting a bit old, and so I’m looking after a new theme for it. I have found a couple of interesting themes in the forest and that’s why I’m asking this question.

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cwattengard says

Ah… I actually had read it but I think I may have misread it the first time.

So if I understand it correctly, this kind of webapp interface would go under the Extended License.

I read “Template for a web service such as WPMU .” as having the template available as a theme for your personally hosted blog. Or something.

Did I get it right this time?

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cwattengard says

Actually… Reading the terms again (even the long ones ;) ) I conclude that using a theme for a webapplication (an Admin Theme category theme in my case) is included in the Regular License.

Help!?

Christian…

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