Yeah, I use MAMP. Basically to be sure I have the same setup on Mac as on Windows, but in the end these tools result in pretty much the same for the average Joe IMO.
So the phpBB team advises to violate software licenses? I guess I'll quote you on that later.Technically it is a paid product, but you can download and use it for free if you can put up with periodic reminders to buy the program.
Oh? Which software license? The section here that mentions there is no time limit for evaluation? Or maybe this post by one of the guys on the Sublime team stating that the unlimited evaluation is on purpose? I'd quote you from the official license but there isn't an actual license included with Sublime when it is installed.
Source.a license must be purchased for continued use
Source.a license must be purchased for continued use. There is currently no enforced time limit for the evaluation.
Actually if you try to get a "premium" theme from envato you can't just download it without paying for it.
Except that there is a license agreement stating that e.g. businesses must not evaluate Sublime Text eternally.
I probably can, if not from the envato website. Is there a mandatory license agreement which states otherwise?
Our users here aren't "businesses"? Generally speaking they're all hobbyists which is totally not the same thing. And thanks for finding their EULA which, I might add, does not mention any limit on use for a non-business end user. Plus that section you quoted has to do with a purchased license anyways, which is basically a "don't share your purchased license" statement.
So what if I download an item from elsewhere?Did you know that when you purchase an item from one of our marketplaces, you're actually purchasing a license to use that item?
I'm pretty sure that phpBB Ltd. is, technically, a business, so any of its employees are here as business users. Also we were just talking about businesses making money with creating phpBB themes... not all phpBB users are "businesses" but the blog post makes no difference concerning Sublime Text licensing - and that is just wrong as already pointed out.
Business end users are kindly ignored to keep you from updating that blog post? I see.