A collection of license
The canonical URL for this collection of licenses is https://github.com/benlk/misc-licenses
- The Bugs License: Like the Don't Ask Me About It License, but better.
- This license is in the Public Domain. No pull requests are accepted against it.
- Fight Club License: Don't click until you're ready to use the Fight Club License.
- This license is a memetic hazard.
- Schrodinger License: Now safe to observe.
- The Anyone But Stallman License: No exceptions.
- Historical note: This license is of separate construction from @kasm's "Anyone But Richard M Stallman" license.
- Contributors include @marchtemp
- The Mephistopheles License: If you are worried about losing your soul....
Other neat licenses
May include joke licenses. In no particular order. Links not guaranteed to work.
- Artistic License: A serious license, not copyleft, kinda like CC-BY
- The JSON.org license: May not be used for evil.
- Beerware license: Buy the publisher a drink.
- Don't Ask Me About It License: Don't contact the author.
- The Chicken Dance License v 0.2: Distribute the source code with derivative projects.
- No problem bugroff license: Very permissive.
- EXT JS License: No animals may be harmed in any way bt the user, their employer, or the project.
- a music license: Listen to the music.
- The Death and Repudiation License: No use by living persons allowed.
- The JSLint license exception: IBM may be evil.
- The Alcohol license clause: doesn't really have anything to do with alcohol.
- Solipsistic Public License
- Tumbolia Public License
- Guthrie Public License: "Anybody caught forkin it without our permission, will be mighty good friends of ourn, cause we don't give a dern."
- Poblic License: "modifications to this project must introduce a misspelling"
- Calvinball Public License: Forked projects must have novel license terms.
- Decaying Public License: Derivative copies must have increasingly-restrictive licenses.
- Linguistic Public License: Modified software must be in a different programming language, and comments must be translated to a new human language.
- Halffero GPL v2: Forks must make acccessible a minimum of half their total changes to the source, in terms of non-comment non-insignificant-whitespace characters of code.
- Please Public License: you must ask to modify the software, and you must approve such requests from people who seek to modify it.
- Retroware License: Distribution prohibited except on a whitelisted type of hardware available before 2005.
- Incremental Public License: Forks may only modify the license by one word.
- Scholastic Public License: Intent to modify must be publicly declared by keeping a daily journal of learning the software before modifying.
- Government Public License: Sure, you can fork it, but there's bureaucracy involved.
- Polyglot Public License: Gotta add a new language that the original project didn't use.
- Wiccan Rede: An it harm none, do what ye will.
- The Safety Circle License: Encircle your computer in salt.
- Offendo General Pain In The Ass License: You must have a way for people to acquire your source, but it must be more difficult than the way you acquired the source.
- Alternative Variable Chain Public License: Anyone using this must use it for noncommercial, but forks may be used for commercial, but granchdhild forks cannot be commercial, etc.
- Poe's Law Public License: Derivatives must be licensed using a joke license.
- Good Luck With That Public License is even better than DAMAIL; it requires leaving no trace of the original author in your code.
The individual licenses contained within this repository are licensed under their respective terms.
The index document contained at README.md is dual-licensed under: