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  1. Hi, it looks that only minimum of people there care about this. If the PW's license is GPL v2, what license the module is allowed to be? E.g. if I derive Pagefile class, may the derived class be licensed under MIT (or any other), or it must also be under GPL v2 license? Thanks
  2. I have read http://processwire.com/talk/topic/2880-commercial-modules-and-licenses/ but still have question about creating modules that will be located in site/modules wire/modules and there is a sample module site/modules/Helloworld.module with the following class declaration class Helloworld extends WireData implements Module { it extends WireData class and implements the Module interface. So it's not exactly API, in this case, does this module automatically inherit GPL v2 license from ProcessWire? Or can I use my own license (MIT, Commercial, etc.)? What's your stance on this? I am thinking about creating commercial apps using Laravel 4 framework, but ProcessWire can be a great candidate as a framework for certain apps to speed up the development process. Thank you.
  3. Hi everyone, I have a question. I'm not legal savvy, so I need a straight answer from someone who knows. I'm currently creating an admin theme for a web application on top of processwire. The thing is, the theme will come from a commercial template for which I bought a developer license. The license states I can do with it whatever I want, sell it, use it multiple times in many projects, wreck it, whatever. The question now is, when I'm done creating the template, could I release it to the public legally? Or would I be the only one able to use it? I hope you guys are having a great day. Thanks.
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