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A review of code licenses and things IP.

Saturday, 21 April 2007 20:35
I'm one who is all for an open licenses when it comes to source code. I think I am most fond of the LGPL, this is because I love the libraries available and they are free for commercial use. This means a great deal to a lonely developer trying to implement the features of X. Where X is very large.

With Open licenses the the world gets free ideas.


I plan on updating this page as I find new articles and get the time to write.

License your code
Choosing an OSS license doesn’t need to be scary - ChooseALicense.com
Unlicense.org » Unlicense Yourself: Set Your Code Free - go public domain?
creativecommons - Choose a License
Comparison of free and open-source software licenses - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pick a License, Any License - bunch of officious, mind-numbing lawyerly doublespeak. Blah, blah, blah..
TLDRLegal - Software Licenses Explained in Plain English - checkbox rules.


Black Duck Software Home Protex - code print your code and match code of origin, licensing terms, version, etc. Code Center


SPDX License List | Software Package Data Exchange (SPDX)
SPDX: boosting the signal | Armed and Dangerous

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