@kalt.steven, glad to hear from you! I’d be happy to have your project on sEq. Link us to a repo, so we can take a peak?
In terms of licensing, there’s nothing to stop you giving out freebie licenses if you like. Depending on who the user is, and the requirements of their company if they have one, you might use the indieopensource.com paid license form, or hack up sEq’s own form, to remove all the bits about agency and whatnot. If it’s more of a casual freebie, you might just give them permission by e-mail.
Feature-wise, freebies aren’t currently something sEq automates in any way. They’re not incompatible with using sEq to sell licenses to other folks, but they’re not somehting sEq currently helps with.
I have it on my roadmap to give sellers some way to list companies on their pages if they do side deals, like company-wide site licenses. But for now, the only people who get listed as supporters on a project page are people who buy licenses through sEq.