[cc-licenses] Software licences
viktor.varga at gmail.com
Thu Jan 11 09:57:24 EST 2007
Nowadays i did the companys software licence inventory, but is hard to
do, because a lot of people have a lot of text writen into it licence
file/ displayed text/ eula, etc...
They are lot of licence format nowadays, like GPL, BSD, LGPL, MIT,
freeware (but for personal use only), freeware (but not for everone),
trial, shareware, pd, and a lof of custom formats...
Most of them includes a lot of same things like:
-AS IS waranty (almost all the softwares)
-no reenginer (ex: any non open sourced software)/ free source, but
the folower should use the same licence (in cc= sharealike, ex:
GPL)/free source, usable in commercial product too (in cc=no dollars
sign, ex: LGPL)/etc.
-free to use everyone/ free to use for natural person/ free to use for
nonprofit purposes (natural peson cnnot use for bussines)/ free to use
for education or nonprofit area/etc.
So, i think there should be a subset of creative commons that can
replace a lot of paragraphswith only one sign?
I read the Commonwealt topic, but i think it doesnot meets this thing.
üdvözlettel/best regards: Varga Viktor
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