No. However, if your extension is of general use then it is often a good idea
to contribute it back to the community anyway.
You can get feedback, bug reports, and new feature patches from others who find it useful.
The software itself is completely free, under the terms of MIT License. However, the name TastyIgniter is a
"to create a level playing field for everyone interested in using the TastyIgniter trademark."
The Item is what you purchase from the TastyIgniter marketplace.
The Website is what you build with that item.
For example, the Item is a cart extension, and the Website is the finalized
webpage with an online ordering service. The Item is an orange theme; the Website is the
webpage using the theme's layout, look, and feel.
Buy a theme, add content, logos and other images and use it as your website.
Buy, configure, implement, and use the extension on your website (but not as a new extension for sale).
Create a site (carté) with multiple extensions, create a custom theme, and use it for one website.
In simple terms, with a Regular License, you're only allowed to use the item you've
purchased on one website. The Extended License, on the other hand, allows you (as an
individual or organisation) to use the item on an unlimited number of websites.
Under no circumstances does either license allows you to sell the item. For example,
on the TastyIgniter marketplace or any other marketplace, as a theme or extension.
If you're a freelancer, you are allowed to sell the item as part of your service to
your clients. For example, you can use either license to create a website for a client
and charge them for your services.
No, simply using the item for commercial purposes does not necessitate the purchase
of an Extended License. For a single website, a Standard License would suffice.
The Extended License is a bulk licence that allows you to use the same item
on several websites at the same time.
A Website means a single TastyIgniter installation that is accessible from
a single webpage and is managed by a single administration area, and is
operated by a single organisation or individual.
For example, a theme can only be personalised once to make a unique website.
You'll need to buy another licence if you want to make a second website of the same theme.
For each end user that uses your service, you should use an Extended License.
As long as there is only one website, there can be multiple end users.
For example, a website that collects restaurant information and
provides an online service for them.