Questions tagged [apache-2.0]

The Apache 2.0 license is a license created by the Apache Software Foundation. Use this tag when the item in question relates to this license.

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Sign and distribute unmodified GNU GPLv2, MIT and Apache2 Linux packages

Software component under a custom open-source license requires certain third-party GPLv2, Apache2, and MIT Linux packages: GPLv2 package is not part of the component but is usually used to integrate ...
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If I fork a lib that is MIT / Apache 2.0 dual license, can I change it to CC0 for redistribution?

A lot of our projects are CC0 licensed and I had been researching across the web to find any information regarding the legalities of this, and to retain the original author's moral rights. I have not ...
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EPL1.0 lib used in GPLv3 or in “EPL2.0 with secondary license” program

I plan to publish a small android app as open source. I use 2 libraries. One is licensed under Apache License v2 the other one is under EPL1.0. Initially I wanted to license my work under GPLv3, but I ...
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Can I start my project under MIT, GPLv3 or Apache 2.0 with these components?

I'm newbie in web-development. I want create a project for demo my work skills: GitHub repository with source codes and working application on some hosting service. My project is a single page ...
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How am I supposed to include a license notice if I use some code licensed under Apache License 2.0 in some API?

I plan to use some code licensed under Apache License 2.0 in some API. How shall I include the license notice that is required by Apache License 2.0? The API is a RESTful API, which is documented on a ...
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Definition of a modified code

It may seem to be a bit silly question, but I couldn't find a strict definition that would address my specific situation (I appreciate I'm not the first to experience it though). There's a library ...
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Translate Apache 2.0 licensed code to another language (keeping license)

I want to convert library, which is licensed under Apache 2.0, to another programming language. The port will be initially pretty straightforward, i.e. I'll keep classes hierarchy and identifier names....
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Multi-Licensing with open source licenses

When a project on GitHub uses two OS licenses, Apache/EPL or Apache/AGPL, does one license govern over the other or do both govern equally and together? My main confusion is how the two licenses ...
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Copying Apache v2 files to another Apache v2 project

What is the proper approach for copying a file from an Apache v2 licensed project to a different Apache v2 project? If I understand, I would keep the header license attribution for the source project, ...
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Which license is final for google's android play-services? ASL2.0 or Android SDK?

My android application has some com.google.android.gms.play-services-* libraries as dependencies. Let's take play-services-ads-19.7.0 as an example. Google's maven page states, that license of that ...
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How to license my software which already includes other software licenses?

I've had a question for a long time on how to license my project. I would really appreciate your guidance to help me choosing the right licenses for my specific case. My main goal is to make available ...
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Apache 2.0 license - modified files

Is there any standard method for meeting the below modified files requirement in the Apache license, version 2.0? http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0 You must cause any modified files to carry ...
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Is it possible statically linking Apache 2.0, BSD-2, or MIT libraries to AGPL v3.0 binaries?

TL; DR We are considering creating a series of dependency modules (UI, repository patterns, etc) as separated Android libraries. Could we use a permissive license (Apache 2.0, BSD-2 or MIT) despite ...
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Why is the GNU GPL v3 compatible with the Apache License v2.0?

I understand that the GNU GPL v2 and Apache License v2.0 are considered incompatible. The FSF's License List explains that this is "because [Apache] has some requirements that are not in that GPL ...
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Can I create a SVG site containing files with all these licenses?

My site My site is like a gallery of SVG files from different sources, with different licenses. In a way similar to https://www.flaticon.com/. When clicking on an item it will show on a modal together ...
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OpenJDK GPLv2+CPE and Spring (Apache 2.0). Can I use them together?

I understood Apache 2.0 is not compatible c GPLv2, but OpenJDK uses GPLv2 with CPE. Apache 2.0 allows linking CPE allow linking. So can I use it together without modification code of OpenJDK: OpenJDK (...
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Correctly attributing github libraries without specific mentioning

I would to attribue some of the OpenSource libraries that I'm using in my project but I found my self having problems in doing so since it is not written clear (in my opinion). For example, the ...
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Finding right license to support open source community only. GPLv3 too strict, LGPLv3 too permissive

I have created an open source library ( https://github.com/pitschr/knx-link ) that is designed to be used by other open source projects; not by end users. Currently it is licensed as GPLv3. My main ...
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Am I allowed to squash commits in repository with Apache 2.0 license?

The repository of an open-source Apache 2.0 licensed project I'm forking is huge and has a giant commit history, so, for the sake of saving space, I want to just to squash all commits, preserving all ...
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Where should I place the NOTICE file and the license?

I want to create a project that's based on apache 2.0 open source code. I know that I should include a NOTICE file and the license, but my question is where should I place them? in the code or inside ...
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Linking to Apache v.2.0 software in LGPL v.2.1 project

I am working on an open source project for an academic competition. Our customer requires us to use for our product the LGPL v.2.1. We have to use QR codes in part of our application, and we found ...
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Shading dependencies with Apache License

My closed-source java project uses dependencies with Apache License (Apache Commons etc.). The license permits it fully to my understanding. The problem is, that because of some technical decisions, ...
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At what point is software 'different enough' to exclude BSD license notice?

I ported a MATLAB repository to Python, with former having this two clause BSD License reading: Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the ...
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Does importing a python package in my source code constitute redistribution of that package?

I wish to make a python package I have written publicly available on github as source code. I am being advised that I should add a NOTICE detailing all the third party packages that my code depends on....
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Inclusion of GPL 2.0 code into my Apache-2.0 program

I am writing a program for data analysis as a part of a bigger bioinformatics pipeline. Source code of the program is my own and I licensed it under Apache 2.0 license. However, I need to include two ...
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Using (A)GPL library in Apache License 2 licensed application

I have developed a modular text extraction framework (https://github.com/dankito/TextExtraction) that I like to put under the permissive Apache License 2. One of the separate modules is using latest ...
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Github, how to add license of fonts I am using in a project?

A while back I made a game and uploaded it's project files on Github and added a MIT license to it. So I was just looking at it and realized that the font I am using in it had some sort of license ...
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Apache 2.0: What licensing-related steps do I have to make when using software via package manager?

I'm trying to develop an application which uses a 3rd party framework under Apache 2.0 License. Obviously, I would like to comply with the license and give attribution to the authors via LICENSE/...
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Can anyone explain what is going on between Apache foundation and Atlassian?

Seeing how most things Apache now have at least something to do with Confluence, it seems that they are getting very close together. Is Atlassian in the process of acquiring Apache foundation? I am ...
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Limiting rights through in-app EULA

I recently learned that one of the apps on my smartphone is using the Apache 2.0 license, but when reading the in-App EULA i found a "rights of use" section, which severely limits the usage ...
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Publish app with multiple open-source

I wrote an app that hopefully will be published soon. My app uses multiple 3rd party packages such as:com.squareup.picasso, com.loopj.android and com.ms-square. All of them are under Apache 2.0 ...
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Requirements of Apache license

I'm building a piece of commercial, closed-source software. I'm using an open-source piece of software called Neovim -- I want to include the Neovim binary in my software bundle that I distribute and ...
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Do I need to add a license to my personal project about Apache Tomcat?

I just finished my personal project about writing a simple version of Apache Tomcat. The "simple version" means following the main structure and implementing the basic features of Apache ...
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Include ITU-T software in an Apache 2.0 licensed project

ITU-T Recommendation T.88 includes software. The software seems to be behind a paywall today, but I downloaded it 2 years ago when it wasn't. The accompanying copyright notice says the following: ICT ...
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Adding AGPL patches to a Software with APACHE2 or MIT License

I am interested in creating a fork of an abandoned software. The software which is no longer maintained is release under the terms of Apache 2 license. Am I allowed to create my patches under a less ...
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Should I credit the authors for code that is no longer part of the project?

In one of my projects, I used some code from an Apache version 2 licensed project in the beginning. Now I have completely removed their code and it is no longer part of my project. Do I still have to ...
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If an organization pays me for a report that shows performance results of executed MIT/Apache 2.0 code, do I have to include the respective licenses?

I got a awarded a contract for a report of the performance of some new software. The software is a result of two merged open-source codebases (I merged them) and some logic on top of it (including a ...
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Can an NPM package have an MIT license on github if it depends on MIT packages with BSD-2, BSD-3 and Apache 2 licenses

I am trying to understand if an NPM package can be open-source on GitHub with an MIT license if it depends on NPM packages that are open-source on GitHub with a BSD-2, BSD-3, Apache 1 or Apache 2 ...
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Can I skip preamble, LICENSE and NOTICE files in my closed repository which uses Apache License 2.0 component?

I have project 'P' which will be commercially used in the future (it's an android app). It uses service 'S' source files and this service is written with Apache License 2.0. The problem is I need to ...
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How should copyright notices be included when distributing source of modified Apache 2.0 code commercially?

A company wants to distribute a product which includes a browser extension. A browser extension is implemented in JavaScript, so it's distributed in source code form. Parts of extension are written by ...
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Project licensed under Apache 2 License but has JS libraries licensed under CC BY-NC-SA

I'm planning to use this open source project for my commercial product. The project itself is licensed under Apache 2.0 license but when I review the package, I found couple of JS libraries that it ...
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Confused by html2canvas library's license

I was planning to use html2canvas The license is really confusing to me, as it's never stated which parts are for Microsoft, which are not and if the whole code is licensed under MIT, as it also ...
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Can I fork and modify gpl3 licensed code and release it with Apache v2 license?

If I fork a library that uses the GPL3 license and heavily modify it, can I then release the new library with an ApacheV2 license? I actually already did this 2 years ago without putting much thought ...
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How to credit packages used in a commercial flutter project?

I have used many libraries from the pub dev site in my flutter project and i notices many of them use the bsd, mit or apache 2.0 licence. I want to release this app in the future and have read that ...
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Can I get paid to make code that includes GPLv2 libraries?

I've been asked to make an application about astrology, and I would like to use this library https://github.com/astrolin/ephemeris/tree/develop/src/java/swisseph-2.01.00-01, however it is licensed ...
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Using LGPL for shared library, and ASL for scripts?

My software is a compiled Python module, which provides commands when loaded into the interpreter. In the project, the source code and accompanying Python scripts are using the Apache Software License ...
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Compliance issue with drools-compiler including Eclipse ECJ

We have an dependency to drools-compiler (Version 7.19.0.Final) in one of our microservices: // Drools Compiler :: https://mvnrepository.com/artifact/org.drools/drools-compiler libraryDependencies += &...
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What should I do when using apache licensed library in my github project

I am maintaining a Github project which is owned by our company. It's a sample for demonstrating how to use the software sold by our company. My question is, if I want to modify code of another ...
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Should I Exclude Files from the License if they May Reference other Copyrighted Work

I'm working on a few wrappers for some web APIs which are under the Apache-2.0 license; for testing I have responses that I've gotten from the real API on the resource classpath to test against. I ...
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Using Apache/MIT licenced libraries in a closed source project

I've searched the web for hours trying to figure out if I'm using the licence properly, hopefully some one can enlighten me furthermore. I own a start-up company that creates business-development ...

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