> As cflowd is free software, I'll wager its creators and
> maintainers will
> expressly disclaim its fitness for this purpose. Since
> they're not paid
> to write it, they can't afford the liability insurance to
> defend against
> someone claiming that some inaccurate or imperfect aspect of it led to
> their being overbilled by someone using it.
And it should be noted that such disclaimers are legally required by the
license cflowd is released under.
That having been said, our in house ip accounting billing system is based on
cflowd's output, and we're happy with it.
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