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which licence does RTC plan to adopt after release?


jon chen (4611715) | asked Jun 04 '08, 11:18 a.m.
Current, the license is early access license. May I know the final license when RC5 release out? Is it EPL or CPL?

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jon chen (4611715) | answered Jun 04 '08, 1:28 p.m.
I get the article from the website.

It tells RTC is free, if team developers are not more than three.

https://jazz.net/learn/tech-notes/TechNote.jsp?href=data/rational-team-concert-1_0-licensing-and-editions/index.html

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Adrian Cho (8213322) | answered Jun 11 '08, 6:25 p.m.
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Hi again Jon

What we are using today is an "Early Release" license that's sort of like a beta license. When RTC is made generally available, the license for the GA version (e.g. 1.0) will be a standard IBM license - either a limited-time evaluation license if you are just evaluating it or a warranted commercial license if you have paid for the product. As you've already read, Express-C will be available at no cost.

You asked specifically about EPL or CPL and as you'll see in other thread in which I replied, none of the licenses I described above are open source licenses.

Although 1.0 will be made available as I described above, ongoing development (e.g. for the incubators and the development stream for the next versions, the maintenance streams, etc.) will continue to use the Early Release license.

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