Check Out Our Latest Guide About WordPress’ Licensing Model – the GPL

Updated on November 02, 2015

WordPress is licensed under the GNU General Public License (GPL), version 2, however most users either don’t notice or don’t care about the licensing model thinking that it’s a rocket science. On the other hand, developers’ fear is that their plugins, themes can be used freely by anyone, as WordPress states “GNU General Public License is intended to guarantee your freedom to share and change free software — to make sure the software is free for all its users”.

You can read it here:

WordPress and the GPL – Everything You Need to Know

This guide will hopefully give you a better insight in WordPress’s license, and unravel the mystery of the GPL.

This article was written by Tom Zsomborgi

Tom handles all financial matters at the company. He is responsible for accounting, forecasting and internal audits. He has a sharp analytical mind, and a zeal for data. You can always count on him to come up with strategic ideas for the team and is always searching for the smartest ways to spread our brand and services worldwide. He is a big fan of extreme sports and cars.

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