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What should always be mentioned in the first lines of a file released as open source code? [closed]

I am looking for standards regarding open source code release. Most of the time, one may find a copyright statement and a few lines about the project at the beginning of each file, but I am having a ...
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What is Mozilla's new release management strategy?

I saw today that FireFox released a new version (5). I tried reading about what was added and ran into this link: ...
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How do I go about releasing my application as open source?

I have created my own forum on ASP.NET MVC 3 and Razor. It's a decent forum with, say, version 1 functionality. I plan to work on other features as well after my release of this version. 1) What ...
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How to share code as open source?

I have a little program that I wrote for a local group to handle a somewhat complicated scheduling issue for scheduling multiple meetings in multiple locations that change weekly according to certain ...
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3answers
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When should I release/announce my open source library?

I am developing python library for database inspection. When is good time to announce/release it? Obvious answer is that when it's ready to be used. But I would like to get some feedback on the API, ...
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How to open-source a project whose git repository has copyrighted media in the history?

I want to release an audio fingerprinting software project under a free license, but the repository contains copyrighted audio files. The test cases also currently use these files. How do I release ...