I have a repository (a website) available on Github which contains code, media and texts.
Everything is freely available (either on the website or via the code on Github). I want to let the code available under an open source license (MIT, for example), but I don't want the license to apply on media and texts. These are my company's properties and cannot be redistributed or modified.
- Is there a way to change the license to explicitly say that?
- Can I use a license for the code and another (or nothing) for the rest?
- Does a license already offer that?
I know that I can remove the license and just state that the project is unlicensed (even if visible on Github), but I would rather open source the code.