Extension developer terms
Extiverse is a platform, we are not responsible for quality, timing or legality of extensions.
We may sometimes make changes to these terms. If we make material changes that adversely affect your rights under these terms, then we will let you know by posting an announcement on the site or sending you an email prior to the changes coming into effect. Continuing to use Extiverse after a change to these terms means you accept the new terms.
When you create a team you must provide us with accurate information. You are responsible for your account and team.
You must have a valid Stripe account connected to your Extiverse account. Modifications without our consent to plans and subscriptions managed by Extiverse on your Stripe account will result in an immediate termination of your Extiverse account, teams and services.
You have to have read and agreed to the Stripe Connected Account terms.
Extensions are packages that provide additional functionality to a Flarum forum installation. Developer teams are able to publish their (private) packages as extensions through our marketplace.
We will access your private repositories once you've connected our platform to your version control software. This connection is set up using OAuth, meaning you grant us access to specific functionality of your version control software through scopes. The scopes (permissions) we request are the bare minimum to offer the simplest tooling for premium extension developers. We are authorized to share this authorization with third party providers, including packagist.com, as they provide an important layer of the premium extensions infrastructure.
Extensions can be offered via our platform against a subscription plan. These extensions are called "premium" or "paid" extensions.
By offering premium extensions via Extiverse you represent that you are legally entitled to grant Extiverse the right to sell on your behalf. If someone else (in your team) has rights to intellectual property that you publish on our platform, you represent that you have received permission to do so.
We hold the right to withdraw or completely remove extensions temporarily or permanently from our marketplace and all related product and services. Availability of extensions on our marketplace cannot be guaranteed.
The following reasons exist for withdrawing or removing an extension:
- Quality is below adequate and no attempts were made for improvement.
- No unique features.
- Fork of an existing extension.
- No longer maintained.
- Also offered elsewhere or publicly (for free).
- Breach of intellectual property.
As the owner of a premium package, you have complete freedom at choosing how to price your extension. However, Extiverse has the right to modify this at any time after or before notifying you in order to improve sales.
You grant us the permission to bundle your extension with other extensions for a limited or permanent time. You are aware that bundled extensions receive less profit per sale.
For promotional purposes we are allowed to give a select group of people unpaid access to your premium extensions for any duration. In addition Extiverse and the Flarum development team (members) always have access to any extension published in this way.
You are responsible for providing support for the extensions published through Extiverse. Users subscribed to your extensions expect a higher level of service, which we are in no way required to provide.
You are obligated to provide information on how to get support inside the
file of your extension and inside the
"supports" key of the
In case clients escalate issues we deem valid, we are allowed to share any and all contact information we have on file or through connected services of you, team members and/or your team.
Whenever an extension is reported to breach our terms, we will investigate the extension. In case the extension does not comply we will immediately remove it from our servers and terminate all ties to the developer team.
Dutch law, excluding its conflict of law provisions, governs these terms and all other Extiverse policies. If a lawsuit does arise, both parties consent to the exclusive jurisdiction and venue of the courts located in the Netherlands.