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  • Resolved voopress

    (@voopress)


    Hi,

    Something that is not clear in your information is how the licensing works. You have a 1 site and a 5 site license.

    In my case, I have an MU setup so have multiple sites, however, I only want the events function to be available on my main site which means one site.

    Does that mean a 1 site license then?
    What if I wanted to offer this to all blog owners, then this could mean what, beyond 5 sites as a license or can the plugin be used in network mode and remain a 1 site license. After all, the entire community would be one single community.

    Thanks.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/events-manager/

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  • maybe this will help – http://wp-events-plugin.com/pricing/

    e.g.

    Can I use this plugin on my client’s website?
    – Yes, you can your license for any website. Access to support however is provided only to you, the license holder.

    Plugin Author Marcus

    (@netweblogic)

    Each ‘site’ is a WP installation, so if you’re using MultiSite, that’s still considered one site so the normal lincense would do.

    We have two servers for the particular domain I am asking about.
    One is a sub-directory server and the other is a sub-domain server.

    I was asking about our sub-directory server since it’s really just one community but I do understand that on our sub-domain server, we would motivate those site owners to purchase their license of course.

    Plugin Author Marcus

    (@netweblogic)

    with MS, whether you’re using subdomains or directories doesn’t matter, it’s still the same installation so it’s one site. If you use domain mapping, even with different domains it technically would be one site too.

    if you have two servers though, i.e. two wordpress installations, then it would be two sites.

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