Please can I have some guidance. I am currently am using the ODK platform for my client to perform kitchen inspection - cleanliness, cleaning schedule adherence, rodent repellent maintenance etc...
My client is using the ODK collect app to answer question on the above topics, the data shoots to ODK aggregate which I then export to my sql DB, and I perform analysis and generate reports from there(my own python code).
I am currently drawing up a SLA contract, and I need some help.
I am fully aware that ODK is open source....I do not wish to charge the client for the ODK portion (Collect and aggregate). However I need to charge my client for the process after I pull the data from the aggregate server.
How can I word out the contract, to not get into trouble with the ODK team. Should I bring up the fact that I am using open source software and am only charging you the client for the process/data that happens after I pull the data from aggregate ? - or should I just keep quiet and charge the client for using the whole system without mentioning that he is not paying for the ODK collect app and the aggregate server(my client is unaware of even what is the aggregate server) ?
Please help, as mentioned I do not want to claim ownership of the ODK platform....But how do I explain this to my client...and should I even bring it up ?
I need to get some monetary gain, as I do generate pdf reports from the data collected and I do perform analytics from which is all my own written python code.