I’m using Kirby as headless solution only and wondered, how the licensing model applies here.
So, I have a Kirby installation which I pull content from via kql/rest api. The website that consumes the content is translated into 3 languages, and those 3 languages are server by the same server, but I have domain redirections. Means, instead of having languages served under the /de, /fr and /en paths, they have separate domains (but it’s the same website).
Does that now mean because I’m using domains instead of subdomains/language paths, I have to get 3 licences, even though there is only one Kirby installation? Do you consider 1 licence key per one entity that belongs together or really per domain?
And the answer is “yes”, how will I register with the 3 licences?
Bonus question: I have multiple environments under those domains. Every domain has also a testing/staging environment. Will the licensing server understand that these are not separate websites but test instances?