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2answers
105 views

License for my Software

I am nowhere near good at coming up with what type of license to use and I don't want to be sued or have my work stolen so I am going to ask. Here is my situation: I am creating a software for my boss ...
1
vote
1answer
201 views

I want to sell a simple calculator. What is the simplest way to implement registration keys?

I want to sell a simple calculator that will help a certain industry. This calculator would be installed on the computer (as opposed to a web service). How is a registration key mechanism implemented? ...
0
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2answers
93 views

Software attribution / design credits

We just completed developing a web app for a client. And like I usually do, I added developed by "My Company" at the footer at a very small insignificant size. I sent the client an End user license ...
1
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2answers
159 views

Sourcecode license: free for personal use and modification but no public distibution

For one of my apps, I want to make the source code “open source” so that others might adapt the code to their personal needs or even contribute improvements, but I don’t want anybody else to publish ...
0
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2answers
120 views

Can I continue to sell a tool/library I wrote in the past now that I got a full-time job or company will not like it?

I was selling a library/framework/tool to companies. Licensing the binaries. Now I got a full-time-job. Haven't started yet, but will start soon. And I just got a request for quote from a company in ...
8
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6answers
539 views

When do you typically write a software module yourself vs. buying an existing product?

I'm trying to find out your decision rationale of when to do what. Would be great to learn from you. I'm happy to provide more context, but I want to make it general for now.
1
vote
3answers
242 views

Is there an open source license with proprietairy-like terms?

Is there any license meeting the following criteria: source code available (users allowed to browse the source) users are allowed to modify the code with credits to the original author not allowed ...
4
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5answers
2k views

How can I create my own software license? [closed]

I have seen numerous licenses for any kind of software such as the GNU GPL, BSD License, MIT License, and LGPL. What is the process for creating a new software license, such as "John Doe's generic ...
2
votes
4answers
490 views

I want to sell my software along with it's source code. Is there a licence restricts anything but in-house changes? [closed]

Is there a license that: Allows the client to make in-house changes to the tool/source code if need be. Prohibits to redistribute the source code outside the company. Prohibits to sell derivative ...
5
votes
2answers
526 views

How much should a floating license cost?

Floating licensing is a software licensing approach in which a limited number of licenses for a software application are shared among a larger number of users over time. Nice for the corporates to ...
0
votes
2answers
109 views

OSS - GPL v3 plugins in non-copyleft codebase.

I've been working on software to modify a game's resource files, and I'm planning on releasing it in open source. I'm perfectly fine with releasing my code under gpl v3. However, I'm afraid that ...
2
votes
2answers
309 views

Want to use a lib for my project, confused with license (AGPL vs MIT License)

Im working on a Java Software and there is a need to use some extern libraries. I found two relevant libs. The one is on an AGPL and the other on the MIT License. Now Im asking my self, can I use ...
2
votes
7answers
627 views

How to prevent piracy on software which is sold online? [closed]

When selling software online what's the most suitable/secure way to provide activation in order to get rid of pirates copies of the software? Is there any well-known software for this purpose?