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    About the license


    I have a question on the free license for Sencha Touch 2.
    Can I build a phone app, make it native (through phonegap or such) and sell it on appstore or Google Play, without having to purchase a Sencha license?

    Have I understood it correctly ?

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    Licensing questions should be directed to licensing@sencha.com
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    Well I thought that maybe there is good knowledge on this in the community.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lasertoffe View Post
    Well I thought that maybe there is good knowledge on this in the community.
    Talking license talk is actually legal talk that shouldn't be on a public forum.
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    Ok, thank you.
    I'll throw an email instead. My idea was to let someone help me interpret the license agreement that is up on the website.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mitchellsimoens View Post
    Talking license talk is actually legal talk that shouldn't be on a public forum.
    I find this response somewhat mystifying. Why shouldn't forum members be allowed to ask for help and to try to help one another make plain-english sense of a legal document? And if forum members can't make plain-english sense of it, why doesn't someone from legal step in to clarify?

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    Quote Originally Posted by flyingace View Post
    I find this response somewhat mystifying. Why shouldn't forum members be allowed to ask for help and to try to help one another make plain-english sense of a legal document? And if forum members can't make plain-english sense of it, why doesn't someone from legal step in to clarify?
    If I saw something that is wrong, I can be held liable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mitchellsimoens View Post
    If I saw something that is wrong, I can be held liable.
    I do find that a legitimate explanation. I'll send an email instead.
    Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mitchellsimoens View Post
    If I saw something that is wrong, I can be held liable.
    Fair enough.

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    saw = say

    Just don't want to cause someone to get sued and owe bunch of money and then come after me then and of course don't want that to happen to anyone else so I try to keep legal talk off the forum and leave that for lawyers who would know the exact answer.
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