IzzitUp is based on the GNU Public License v3.0 license.
In addition to the GPL license you agree to the following conditions if you decide to use or modify IzzitUp:
- You may NOT alter or disable code, comments, references, statements and displays related to the:
- Application information (name, version) (exception see under 3.)
- Author’s information (name, URL, e-mail)
- Author’s copyright
- “Powered by” information in the footer
- About page (exception see under 3.)
- Licensing or license restrictions
- You may alter the footer copyright name.
- If you develop identifyable sections of code that are not derived from the original application and can be reasonably considered as independent and separate work in themselves, like an integration module for a CMS, you may identify your new sections by appropriate references to you as the modifying author. In such a case you may also alter the version number of the Application based on the original version number in order to reflect the independent additions to the application (e.g. 1.0.2 => 1.0.2-m). You may also add information about your mod to the About page.
- Creation of modifications does not change the license agreements and usage classification (personal, commercial). All conditions still apply.
- Usage of modifications under different license conditions than the original are not allowed and still require the same license fee.
- Distribution of modifications are not allowed.
Applying for a License
How to apply for a license is described here:
For non-commercial use, IzzitUp can be licensed for free to be run on one host.
For commercial use, IzzitUp can be licensed for € 144 / year to be run on one host.
Support issues for IzzitUp can be submitted on Lewe.com Support: https://support.lewe.com
A user forum is available here: https://forum.lewe.com
Basic support is provided for non-commercial licenses. Basic support will be provided on a best-effort basis.
Priority support is provided for commercial licenses. Priority support issues will be addressed before basic support issues.