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What license? #4

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the-sillystring opened this Issue Oct 14, 2017 · 3 comments

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the-sillystring commented Oct 14, 2017

I went with MIT as I prefer simplicity and I live next to it but I have no religion. Any thoughts?

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KD0BPV commented Oct 14, 2017

I'm fine with the MIT license. Just keep in mind that while our code can be integrated into a GPL licensed project, the reverse cannot.

At least, this is my understanding.

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BanjoFox commented Oct 18, 2017

TLDRLegal - Software Licenses in Plain English

Can Cannot Must
-- MIT License --
Commercial use hold liable include copyright
modify
distribute
sublicense
private use
include license
-- BSD 3-Clause --
Commercial use hold liable include copyright
modify use trademark include license
distribute
place warranty
-- Apache 2.0 --
Commercial use hold liable include copyright
modify use trademark include license
distribute state changes
sublicense include notice
private use
patent claims
place warranty
-- GPL-3 --
Commercial use hold liable include copyright
modify sublicense include original
distribute include license
patent claims state changes
place warranty disclose source
install instructions

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the-sillystring commented Oct 22, 2017

Feel to free to reopen or change if desired.

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