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Business license Loi Duong 05 Dec 17:32
  Business license Matthew Miller 05 Dec 17:33
   Business license Daniel Smith 05 Dec 17:59
    Business license Matthew Miller 05 Dec 18:01
  Business license Yacepedit 30 Nov 05:46
  Business license adamsmith104064 08 Feb 06:20
Loi Duong
2012-12-05 17:32:04 UTC (over 9 years ago)

Business license

If I were to use GIMP in a business, do I have to pay any licensing fees?

Matthew Miller
2012-12-05 17:33:00 UTC (over 9 years ago)

Business license

On Wed, Dec 05, 2012 at 09:32:04AM -0800, Loi Duong wrote:

If I were to use GIMP in a business, do I have to pay any licensing fees?

Absolutely not. Gimp is open source software, and there are no restrictions on use.

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Daniel Smith
2012-12-05 17:59:06 UTC (over 9 years ago)

Business license

Unless your business is to sell Gimp in some way, but even then no fees i believe, just the licensing part. Dan

On 12/5/12, Matthew Miller wrote:

On Wed, Dec 05, 2012 at 09:32:04AM -0800, Loi Duong wrote:

If I were to use GIMP in a business, do I have to pay any licensing fees?

Absolutely not. Gimp is open source software, and there are no restrictions on use.

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Matthew Miller
2012-12-05 18:01:42 UTC (over 9 years ago)

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On Wed, Dec 05, 2012 at 11:59:06AM -0600, Daniel Smith wrote:

Unless your business is to sell Gimp in some way, but even then no fees i believe, just the licensing part.

Right -- even then, you don't have to pay any fees, but you do need to follow the GPL (including releasing source code for any changes you make).

Matthew Miller           mattdm@mattdm.org          
2021-11-30 05:46:23 UTC (6 months ago)
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Software for your business plays a crucial role, as do business tools. Look at https://www.sam-solutions.com/blog/best-ecommerce-tools/ and maybe you will find something useful for your business. Personally, I really faced a lot of difficulties that were solved.

2022-02-08 06:20:49 UTC (3 months ago)
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If I were to use GIMP in a business, do I have to pay any licensing fees?

The GIMP is great for the price and is certainly usable on a professional level for screen graphics. It's not equipped to handle professional print color spaces or file formats, however. For that, you'll still need PhotoShop. Inkscape is what I use instead of AI since Freehand was given up for dead. It contains limited third-party plugins compare to photoshop. GIMP does not perform well if you need to edit big images with lots of layers. https://mobisoftinfotech.com/resources/blog/hire-java-developers/ Creating good looking arc shape in GIMP software may be difficult. GIMP has fewer tools compared to Photoshop.