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Are bugs are viable wage strike methodolgoy [on hold]

Disclaimer. I believe myself to autistic but completely democratic so feel free to disregard or down vote but if editing try not to lose the sincerity or technical questions contained within. If you ...
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A license like the LGPL, but compatible with JavaScript

I have written a library that is quite extensive and has taken up a lot of my time, so I would like to license it properly. The LGPL seems to have many of the things I want, but does not work with ...
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Proper way to “compile” a javascript project?

I'm developing a small open-source javascript library, and I was wondering about the proper method for compiling the source into one javascript file. It's easier to develop if the code is split into ...
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Best resource for developing JavaScript curriculum? [closed]

At the risk of being downvoted, I really need the community's input - I am helping put together a post-secondary quality curriculum (vocational school, not university) around open-source languages, ...
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Strategy for reading and understanding Node.js code [duplicate]

Concretely I am looking at this 2000 line file of what I will pretty arbitrarily call "mediocre" code. It's not well-commented variable names and function names seem consistently intelligent ...
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4answers
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How can I ensure a portion of my project's code remains in all derivative works?

I had an idea for a website. After much coding and thinking out the idea, I've got it to a decent stage. If I were someone else, potentially a more commercially-minded person, I might want to sell ...
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Is it worth moving from Microsoft tech to Linux, NodeJS & other open source frameworks to save money for a start-up?

I am currently getting involved in a startup, I am the only developer involved at the moment, and the other guys are leaving all the tech decisions up to me at the moment. For my day job I work at a ...
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460 views

Licensing a JavaScript library

I am developing a free, open-source (duh) JavaScript library, and wondering how to license it. I was considering the GNU GPL, but I heard that I must distribute the license with the software, and I'm ...
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Support multiple frameworks in a JavaScript library

I have a small JavaScript library that I've written that depends on prototype.js. I'm considering creating a new version that would use jQuery instead. The goal is to make it easier for users to ...
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681 views

What's the Best Way to Release a Small Open Source JavaScript Library?

I wrote a nice little open source CoffeeScript color library called color. I think it's handy, and I believe other people would find it useful. What's the best approach for letting the world know ...
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Open Source Licenses

I'm independently developing a physics-based game using HTML5 canvas and JavaScript; I've used no external code at all (including physics or game engines), and my code is about 5000 lines in length. ...
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Are there open-source JavaScript libraries addressing multiple browser tabs and client state for newer browsers?

There are a few new HTML5 features that have made it into recent browsers that allow sharing state among tabs, browser windows, same domain windows, etc. So it's probably gotten a little easier to ...
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How is client-side javascript covered by the GPL?

If I used a GPL-licensed Javascript libarary in a web application, would I then have to offer source code of the whole site to anyone who downloaded and executed the Javascript lib?
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Is it possible for a technically open source application (specifically javascript) to be released under a proprietary license?

A javascript application release won't technically be closed source - at best it can be obfuscated. Given that, my question has two parts: Is it at all possible to release a technically open ...