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comment github tools - is there a way not to copyright your app and stay its author
I am not pretty sure... but what about my portfolio would contain some API for example which can be reused and extended? I mean not specified code but abstraction which can help many developers including the IT company's ones? Or then I shouldn't put such kind of codes into portfolio at all? But anyway how to demo I can write some useful abstractions for example?
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comment github tools - is there a way not to copyright your app and stay its author
" It depends a bit on who you need to convince that it is really your code" what if that will be an employer? I mean today sometimes they demand to see source codes of ones previous works (so called portfolio) as a requirement ... what is the best way to protect source codes in that case?
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comment github tools - is there a way not to copyright your app and stay its author
OK but what if someone gets the code and upload it to its repository saying it is his/hers? How can I be sure I can argue that kind of situation or I can always trust my authorship for my code upload date and time or something?
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comment Apache License 2.0 and source code recompile
In my case the source code is included in *-source.jar file but I thought can I modify it or maybe it is included just for better understanding of super objects extending or something?
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comment github tools - is there a way not to copyright your app and stay its author
"There are a few exceptions, such as stuff you write as part of your employment or..." it is quite interesting point concerning the 'employment'; You see what if to have programmer portfolio projects on github for example? Should I copyright them then?
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comment Statistics for and Details About Open Source Swing Projects
Thank you. It is a very interesting resource
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comment Statistics for and Details About Open Source Swing Projects
It is a quite interesting resource. Thank you. But you mean is it open source platform where developers can create open source projects online as a team?
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comment How to license programming code as open-source to say I am the author?
So you mean I have to copyright code before licensing it? Is there a way not to copyright it?
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comment Statistics for and Details About Open Source Swing Projects
Oh, thank you, Glen :) The edit seems fine. Anyway, for some reason it is still closed :(