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Evgenii_K_
Beginner
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Open-source license for corporate employees

I work on an open-source non-profit project. But I am paid corporate employee. For internal builds I can use floating licence. But for GitHub + Travis CI build I need a standalone license.

Is there a legal way to obtain free non-commercial license for Travis CI builds?

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Jennifer_D_Intel
Employee
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Hello,

I am looking into your question and will let you know if you qualify for the non-commercial license under the terms of the EULA.

Regards,

Jennifer

Jennifer_D_Intel
Employee
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I got clarification that as long as you (the user) are receiving a salary for using the product, then you do not qualify for the free non-commercial license under the following terms:

If You obtained the Materials under a noncommercial use

license, You may use the Materials only for non-commercial use where You receive no fee,

salary or any other form of compensation. The Materials may not be used for any other

purpose, whether "for profit" or "not for profit." Any work performed or produced as a result of

use of the Materials cannot be performed or produced for the benefit of other parties for a fee,

compensation or any other reimbursement or remuneration.

 

If you have further questions, you can email Noncomsoftware@intel.com for more details, or check out the FAQ: https://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/open-source-contributor-faq

 

 

Light_Intel
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