Open source agreement statement
Yearning follows the AGPL agreement. (Excluding Audit Engine Project Juno)
The specific constraints and rights of the agreement are as follows:
Rights of Licensee
Licensee has the right to use, copy, modify, merge, and distribute
Duties of Licensee
Yearning must not be used for any commercial purpose without the author's authorization. This includes providing any Yearning-based business services over the Internet.
If you modify the code, you need to specify it in the modified file.
In the case of secondary development and publication (internal use is not within the terms), the software must be an open source project, not any commercial software of a commercial nature. For commercialization, authorship must be obtained from the original author.
All terms of this platform comply with the corresponding open source licenses, please use and develop in strict accordance with the relevant licenses.
Yearning back-end and front-end code is based on AGPL3.0 (Juno code of audit engine project is not open)
The open source version has implemented Grpc call, which can be compiled and run.