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revised Development methodologies when hundred of developers are working on one single solution?
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accepted Why do people pick the MIT license over BSD, if BSD's “non-endorsement clause” is a good idea?
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accepted What open source license is best when releasing a framework or library?
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accepted Why is jQuery released under MIT and not LGPL?
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asked Why do people pick the MIT license over BSD, if BSD's “non-endorsement clause” is a good idea?
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comment Why is jQuery released under MIT and not LGPL?
One could argue that MIT/BSD licenses do not force developers to give back to the open source community, while LGPL forces any modifications to be open source. However, as Mason Wheeler mentioned, if the idea is to spread it as much as possible with lesser rules, I can understand the argument.
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asked Why is jQuery released under MIT and not LGPL?
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comment What open source license is best when releasing a framework or library?
How will the customer know it can be downloaded free from somewhere else? What in the MIT license displays that information to the customer?
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comment What open source license is best when releasing a framework or library?
Does that mean that frameworks cannot be distributed without the source? I mean, the source is available to download, but just isn't packaged in a "production version". Is that wrong?