I've decided to go a new way with Kirby's license. You can try Kirby on your local machine as long as you want and the source is available on Github. But as soon as you want to use Kirby in production, you must purchase a license.
You can't stop people stealing your code and I don't want to spend any energy on it at all.
The additional benefit of hosting the project on Github is huge.
- Providing updates will be so much easier
- Github offers an excellent issue tracker and wiki system
- Offering a free trial is the best way for everbody to see if Kirby fits the next project or not. What am I winning, if I trick you into buying a product you don't need?
So I hope you appreciate that way and support me by buying a license.