I am currently researching about the MIT license and the GNU General public license Can anyone give me the main points of difference between the two? Thanks guys.
First, it is clear that the right to sublicense doesn't give you the right to relicense. Let's say we have a library with MIT license(1 file), someone adds some features to the library but puts them ...
I've recently written a piece of software (without any other contributors) for a company which I part own. I was wondering if I could distribute it with the following permission notice, which is a ...
Hi I'm intrested in using the apparently now defunct app-mdi libray in a flex application for a paying customer. http://sourceforge.net/projects/appmdi/ It appears that the app-mdi project has been ...
Is it OK to learn an algorithm from an open source project, and then implement it in a closed source project?
Reference The post that started it all In order to clear up the original question I asked in a provocative manner, I have posed this question. If you learn an algorithm from an open source project, ...
Searching for a license compatible with BSD, LGPL, and either MIT or GPL version 2, for commercial open source app
I'm writing a web app which I want to use commercially (i.e. I want to charge people to use it), but I'm happy to make the code available for others to fork. The app includes the following: Django: ...
I've done some open source projects, and I plan to do more in the future. So far, I've released all my code under GPL, but I've read a few articles which claim GPL is too restrictive for any code to ...