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    Agus Suhartono


    I know that ORO Platform (https://github.com/oroinc/platform) has MIT Lisence
    It’s realy great

    But, when i see Platform Application (https://github.com/oroinc/platform-application)
    It’s has different license

    On README.md using OSL 3.0 lisence
    On composer.json using MIT lisence

    I Think
    because Platform APP is wrapper of Platform
    the right lisence is MIT.

    It’s right?

    Thanks You

    Agus Suhartono
    Binexa Technology

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    Hello Agus,

    Thank you for catching the inconsistency. The OroPlatform application is licensed under MIT, and the OSL 3.0 got into the readme.md file accidentally (the link actually opens the MIT license). The fix is already on the way.

    Sorry for the inconvenience.

    Thank you,


    Agus Suhartono

    Thank You Svitlana

    Best Regards,
    Agus Suhartono


    Miguel Rincon

    Hi Svitlana,

    The CRM bundles (https://github.com/oroinc/crm) are licensed under OSL 3, what is the rationale behind the difference?



    Artem Liubeznyi

    Hi Miguel, please refer to this topic for more detailed explanation: https://oroinc.com/orocrm/forums/topic/orocrmosl3-oroplatformmit

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