My organization wants me to standardize several datasets using a common data format before we use them. Namely, two datasets with their own GitHub repos have different licenses (
AGPL 3.0 and
CC-BY-4.0 respectively). If I were to put both standardized datasets into a single repo, which license would I choose for my
LICENSE file? I read in this question that you can only have a single license per
LICENSE file. So is it possible to do something like so,
# the GitHub repo LICENSE_FOR_DATASET_A # contains AGPL 3.0 license LICENSE_FOR_DATASET_B # contains CC-BY-4.0 license README.md # other repo files...
Would this be an acceptable workaround or must I have separate repositories per license?