If yes, what precautions should I take?
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With an MIT/X11-licensed product:
So, yes, you CAN use MIT/X11-licensed plug-ins in your commercial application.
MIT/X11 is basically a simple contract that says:
The full text of the MIT License can be found here.
I'm not a lawyer, but it seems like you can
even so far as
Again, I'm not a lawyer, but you might fulfill that condition via comments in all pages or scripts that use the MIT licensed plugin or an Acknowledgments page.
Every opensource licence to date (MIT too, a BSD-spirited licence) allows you to use the software on a commercial web site (and that's part of the reasons for the extreme OSS propagation in latter years) with some notable exception. Those exceptions are:
The MIT license allows you to
as long as the license text (copyright notice and disclaimer)
Where does this license text have to appear?
protected by gnat Jul 3 at 13:21
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