Linked Questions

1 vote
3 answers
294 views

Using Tailwind CSS in website

let's say I am using Tailwind CSS (licensed under MIT) in my website by using the npm package "tailwindcss" which on build creates a css file. According to MIT - "The above copyright ...
hdtk's user avatar
  • 225
-3 votes
3 answers
143 views

How web design programs let users edit HTML elements and gives CSS? Do they have a permission(license) for that?

How web design programs let users edit HTML elements and gives CSS? Do they have a permission(license) for that? The question is about HTML5 and CSS licensing. I know we can use them in our websites ...
mrbiyik's user avatar
15 votes
2 answers
2k views

Does "the GPL doesn't cover the output of a program" also apply if the output is source code?

As it is well known (see for example this question or this one), the GPL licenses do not cover the output of a GPL-licensed program. So, I could for example generate some pictures with a GPL-licensed ...
sebrockm's user avatar
  • 253
8 votes
2 answers
627 views

Licensing user-generated content

I am developing a software that is licensed AGPLv3. It's a simple tool that takes a user-provided string and generates an image based on it. What license is the generated image under? Can I choose the ...
snazzybouche's user avatar
6 votes
2 answers
761 views

What should be taken into account when licensing software that generate video?

For the context, I am involved in Manim Community which develop Manim (originally published by Grant Sanderson), a Python library for creating explanatory math videos. Users of the library write ...
osolmaz's user avatar
  • 163
4 votes
2 answers
356 views

Using a GPL 3.0 parser generator for an MIT licensed program

If I used a GPL 3.0 licensed program like jacc to generate a parser generator which I incorporate into an MIT licensed program, do I have to release my program as GPL? Note that the grammar ...
BeeOnRope's user avatar
  • 161
4 votes
2 answers
3k views

Using output of a CC BY-NC AI algorithm in a commercial product?

If I use nvidia's stylegan, which is CC BY-NC, to generate images that then will be part of a dataset used as input of my own ML algorithm, do I infringe the stylegan license if I make a remuneration ...
xavier.seignard's user avatar
2 votes
2 answers
427 views

Can the developer of GPL software assert copyright/usage claims over assets generated with that software?

Given that I create a 3d model of a tree using a GPL plugin in GPL 3D software (Blender). The addon generates this 3d tree model from scratch, using an algorithm. No other external assets are used. ...
Herbert123's user avatar
10 votes
1 answer
2k views

Author rights on software when using an online IDE

There are a number of open integrated development environments which offer developer to make and compile software, such as the replit.com platform. Will the author of the code have full rights on the ...
user29156's user avatar
  • 103
6 votes
1 answer
1k views

Does distributing GPL software along with binary image force the binary image to be GPL too?

So: A hardware device has closed-source firmware running inside it (not based on any open-source code). Computer software to update the hardware's firmware exists, with a GPLv3 license. It takes a ...
endolith's user avatar
  • 160
6 votes
1 answer
3k views

Using Qt Designer to create UI design for closed source application

Am I allowed to create a closed-source application using the LGPL licensing scheme for Qt if I use Qt Designer to generate its user interface? I originally thought this was possible until I saw this ...
FriendFX's user avatar
  • 171
4 votes
1 answer
1k views

GPL v3 code used to train some AI model: can I make any use of this model, or does it have to abide by GPL v3?

Assume some GPL v3 code used to train some AI model (e.g. trained a language model with LLaMA). Can I make any use of this model (e.g., use it in a closed-source program), or does it have to abide by ...
Franck Dernoncourt's user avatar
4 votes
1 answer
87 views

If a CC BY-SA V4.0 dictionary is used to look up meanings of words, is the resulting translation a derivative work?

This is a follow-up question to my previous one. I'm considering writing a manual translation software, where the end user will be writing the entire translation themselves, but the software could ...
Kryomaani's user avatar
  • 163
4 votes
1 answer
392 views

Does using libraries under LGPL in my product limit my choice on how to license it?

I am developing a product that links to a number of LGPL (or compatible) licensed libraries. The product itself is a creator tool for intellectual property work of its users. The LGPL libraries are ...
dtech's user avatar
  • 479
3 votes
1 answer
88 views

File format convertor for open source and proprietary file formats

I want to build an application that will enable a user to convert files from any one of three formats, into any of those three formats. In order words, there are three formats: aaa, bbb and ccc My ...
Isometric's user avatar
  • 133

15 30 50 per page