Is AllPeers free software?
I've discovered the AllPeers service recently. It looks like a really neat idea - sharing personal files with friends through a Firefox extension.
I went on to install it but was then struck by the License agreement that came up.
AllPeers grants you a non-exclusive license for a non-commercial use of the software and accompanying materials including any documentation in accordance with the scope of grant.
You may not: [...]
- Translate, modify, decompile, disassemble, reverse engineer or create derivative works based upon AllPeers, except to the extent applicable laws prohibit this restriction.
Since this looks very much like a proprietary software license, I can't help but wonder why the Wikipedia article on AllPeers says it's tri-licensed (MPL, GPL, LGPL).
Have I interpreted something wrong? Does this EULA (only shown in a local file during install) cover only a service, or something else?
Thanks for any hint. All the while I'm not clicking the "accept" button, however attractive the concept looks.