Should the code be open-source? #18

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pksunkara opened this Issue Oct 26, 2012 · 5 comments

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@pksunkara

Or I can just link to the game in README of my fork?

@alol

The instructions say:

All entries must be web-based i.e. playable in a browser. HTML5, WebGL, Unity, Torque 3D, Node JS, Flash is all possible - just be sure the source is made available on your fork.

So, definitely open-source!

@jw-00000

But does it need to be published under an open source license? You could make the source code of your game available, but still copyrighted. Is that allowed?

@wildlyinaccurate

"Open-source" simply means that the source code is publicly available. Use whatever license you like.

@NightKev

As per #6, there is no restriction on licensing.

@leereilly
GitHub member

Ah the others have said, yeah, the source code for your your game should be available for viewing in your forked repository. You can use whatever license you like.

Cheers,
Lee 🍻

@gelisam gelisam added a commit to gelisam/game-off-2012 that referenced this issue Nov 30, 2012
@gelisam gelisam Characters have tails, closes #18 24fa499
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