License Wizard; previously Re: An explanation of the difficulty of solving licenseproliferation in one sentence
jcowan at reutershealth.com
Thu Apr 7 18:59:29 UTC 2005
Justin Clift scripsit:
> a) Allow commercial uses of your work? (with link for more info)
A license that forbids commercial use is against the OSD, so that's out.
> b) Allow modifications of your work? (with link for more info)
> + Yes
> + Yes, as long as others share alike (with link for more info)
> + No
This is IMHO the most important question.
> c) Jurisdiction of your license
> [drop down selector with countries]
> d) Tell us the format of your work
> [drop down selector with various file types]
I think these two are irrelevant, the first because we don't know how
to handle it, the second because Open Source is explicitly about software.
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