Alfresco License Agreement

If you contribute and we include them in our source tree, we want to make sure that we have the flexibility to use these contributions under the LGPL, other conditions that we can use in the future or commercial terms. Of course, there is nothing to prevent you from providing your contributions under the open source licensing conditions you choose. We are simply asking you to allow us this flexibility so that our position in the field of intellectual property is not too complicated. As a company, we have chosen to make our intellectual property available to the Community, which is why we want to ensure that our resources are used to make our products as efficient as possible, instead of competing for legal contributions. Therefore, if you wish to contribute to the code, we ask you to do so as part of our model contribution agreement that gives us that flexibility. The website and its content, features and features, including, but not limited to information, text, graphics, logos, button icons, images, audio clips, video clips, data compilations and their design, selection and layout (together the “materials”), are either owned by Alfresco or licensed. You can view, view, print and/or download a copy of the website documents on any computer, only for your personal, information-related, non-commercial use, provided you keep all copyrights and other title deeds intact. No material published by Alfresco (whether published on the website or by any other means), in whole or in part, may be copied, reproduced, modified, re-edited, posted, uploaded or distributed in any way, without Alfresco`s prior written permission. The use of these materials on another website or an interconnected computer environment or for other purposes is strictly prohibited and such unauthorized use may violate copyright, trademark rights and other similar laws.

Unauthorized use of text or images may violate copyright laws, trademark laws, data protection and advertising laws, and applicable laws and regulations. You agree to respond to appropriate written requests from us to help us protect our property and intellectual property rights. If you believe that your work has been copied in a manner that constitutes copyright infringement, please follow the notification and procedure below for Copyright Violation Claims. The official documentation is available at: Alfresco is a collection of information management software for Microsoft Windows and operating systems similar to Unix developed by Alfresco Software Inc. using Java technology. Your core software offering, referred to as a digital business platform[3], is proprietary and is a commercially licensed open source platform, supports open standards and offers corporate restructuring. [Citation required] The Enterprise License Agreement (ELA) gives the documentum buyer the opportunity to hold Documentum licenses for all members of his company. This is usually called the “Everything You Can Eat” option, because the agreement can usually carry an agreement that the buyer owns all the licenses within a certain period of time (for example. B 1 year) if it is provided.

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