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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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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Clone, modify and rename Apache v2 licensed project

There's an OS project that I like (and would want to contribute), however, it's very inactive and there are PRs that stayed unreviewed even for years. I'd want to create a clone and take control of it....
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Original author splitting up and developing independent fork

I'm the original author of an Apache 2.0 licensed open source project. I'm considering splitting up from this project and continuing to develop my own fork. Do I owe anything to the original authors ...
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How to fill the “name of copyright owner” in the license, if there are multiple authors?

There is an open source project, licensed under Apache License 2.0. It is abandoned, so I would like to fork it, do some significant modifications, and publish it again as an open source project, ...
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Using MIT/Apache License 2.0 project in a SaaS product, Limitations from its dependencies

I have a specific question with respect to using a project which is licensed under MIT/Apache 2.0 in a SAAS product (proprietary). The open source project have multiple dependencies, if any of the ...
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How to completely get rid of proprietary code in the library?

I made a small library which I decided to open-source under the Apache 2.0 License on Github. Not long afterward I realized that some of the code in here makes use of proprietary information which ...
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Does a program need to show the open source license (Apache 2.0) of its components?

The Apache 2.0 license defines (emphasis added): "Work" shall mean the work of authorship, whether in Source or Object form, made available under the License, as indicated by a copyright notice ...
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Distributing my own software under Apache License 2.0 - should I distribute source code?

I have created my own computer application and I wanted to use Apache License 2.0 to license it. Can I distribute only binary form of my application without source code?
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Are Apache 2.0- and MIT-licensed components open source?

I am using a software with components marked as Apache 2.0 and MIT license. Are they considered as open source components, also are they redistributable?
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GitHub downloaded source use cases [closed]

I am new to use open source project code and as well as the license. I have do some searching about the source code use cases along with the source code license, but mostly i found is about the ...
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Is output of Apache-licensed software Apache-licensed?

If I use the output of Apache v2 licenced software do I have to adhere to stating changes? Also if I only copy 3-4 lines of apache code into my project with large number of files and code do I ...
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What's the correct way to include licence for part of the code from another project

Let's say I have an open source project (Apache2) And I only take one function from another project which is also open sourced under MIT/Apache2 license, and put it together with my code in a single ...
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Stating changes involving secrecy in Apache version 2 licence

If I use a software licenced under Apache version 2 licence and there is a configuration file where I have to enter a secret key, do I have to state it as a change?
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How to label and license Derivative Works made under Apache License, Version 2.0?

I duplicated a source-code file released under the Apache License, Version 2.0, made very few changes to adapt the code to slightly different situation. So this would seem to be a Derivative Works as ...
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In the Apache-2.0 what changes do we need to state?

In Apache 2.0 do I need to disclose the scource as it is technically an addition ammounting up to a modification. Give some details on NOTICE if possible.
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Obfuscation and Apache 2.0 license

Consider a scenario , I received a software that uses some Apache 2.0 licensed libraries. Software copy I received contains obfuscated codes. Also library part of code is obfuscated. Since library ...
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Merging bug fixes from a project with a different license

Recently I discovered my project of mine (call it A), was cloned by another project (call it M) to create a port for a different platform. "A" was originally licensed as MIT, but has since been ...
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Using public domain code within Apache-or-MIT licensed project

I'm interested in borrowing functions from a file in a project dual-licensed as MIT-or-UNLICENSE in my package that I intend to also be dual-licensed as Apache-or-MIT. Is this possible? How should I ...
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Relicensing from Apache-2.0 to Apache-or-MIT

I'd like to relicense one of my projects from Apache 2.0 to Apache-or-MIT dual license for consistency with the outer community (Rust — see here), and to allow GPLv2 compatibility, which I was ...
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Can I sell my app which code is published under Apache 2.0?

I've created an app (not a library) and published it. It is used by dozens companies for free. The code was published under Apache 2.0. I had wrong expectations about publishing, I thought that ...
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Using Apache 2.0 code in my app

I'm finding it hard to understand so I thought maybe I could get a clearer explanation here. I'm currently developing an app. This app is pretty large and sometimes I find myself looking at Github ...
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What is the difference between the Apache License v2.0 and the BSD+Patent License?

To my current understandig, both the Apache License version 2.0 and the BSD+Patent grant you a license to any patent that the software is using. In what situation is the BSD+Patent license preferred ...
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Does renaming compiled Java packages violate the Apache license?

For technical reasons (classloader issues), I need to rename the packages of the compiled version of an Apache library when I build my application, (which includes my code and the Apache code, a so-...
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GitHub repo with Apache License version 2 in package.json, but no full license copy nor comment headers

So I've forked a (declared by the owner) unmaintained Node.JS project on GitHub which uses the Apache License, version 2 in the package.json only: [...] "license": "Apache-2.0" [...] However ...
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How to use AGPL library in an Apache v2 project?

I just discovered that the project which I'm working on was using iText but it is expected to be released under the Apache v2 license. As I understood the only way to use the free AGPL version of ...
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Can I Commit LGPL3 Derivative Work To An Apache 2 Licensed Project?

I am using a helpful project that is licensed under the LGPL3. I have taken some of the useful code out of it and refactored it into a wrapper class and would like to add it to an upstream project. ...
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How to attribute code from a project under Apache V2 in a new project?

I have some code I've posted on git hub (https://github.com/blackears/Photoshop-Perspective-Tool) and recently I got an email from someone wanting to know how they might use it in their own project, ...
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Did Google accidentally release Product Sans/Google Sans font in Apache License?

I found that Google uploaded Product Sans font to a repo licensed under Apache License 2.0: https://github.com/google/iosched-ios/blob/master/Source/IOsched/ProductSans-Regular.ttf Can the font file ...
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Can I redistribute image containing GPLv2 and Apache2.0 software(packages) on Docker Hub?

I want to redistribute an image containing MySQL and Apache httpd. However, MySQL is GPL-2.0 licensed and Apache httpd is Apache-2.0 licensed. The two licenses are known to be incompatible. Do I have ...
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Add source file in Apache 2.0 licensed project

I want to add a source file (which is under GPL v2.0 (not in v2.0+)) in a project which is under Apache 2.0 license. As mentioned on GNU's website Please note that this license is not compatible ...
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Code workflow is licensed Apache 2, but the data generated is BY-NC-SA. Can I recreate the data and commercialize it?

There is a website that offers both a codebase to process some arbitrary public data (as Apache 2.0), but licensed the output data of the workflow as BY-NC-SA 4.0 (at least the processed data on the ...
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Can I use GPL license, if my program uses libraries with MIT and MPL licenses?

I'm working on a program in the Rust programming language. My program uses libraries (called crates in the Rust's ecosystem) with various licenses, like MIT Apache 2.0 and MPL-2.0. Can I use GPL if I ...
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Licensing in Docker image that only modifies configuration files of used software

The question refers to Tomcat as an example, but it applies to any software that is licensed under Apache 2.0 and requires configuration through configuration files. I am creating a Docker image for ...
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org-rs: can I use MIT/Apache2/LGPL license?

I am working on a project https://github.com/org-rs/org-rs written in Rust programming language. The goal of the project is to provide a parser for the Org markup language. Because of the ...
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Go and Apache2 license compatibility

Is it fine to use a Go-licenced 3rd party library (https://github.com/google/re2j) within an Apache2-licensed code?
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Modifying software with Apache 2.0 License

I have a library I wanted to use: https://github.com/yodle/docker-registry-client Unfortunately, it's dead (Last PR merged in 2017), and there are bugs that I need to be fixed. There's maybe 2-3 ...
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Can I use LPGL3 for library and Apache 2 for “main()”?

My project is a command which is split in library modules (the logic) and a "main" module, which glues my lib modules to make the CLI command. I don't really care about what people can write with the ...
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Can I use Apache 2.0 licensed libraries with AGPL licensed libraries?

I'm not really that familiar with licenses(more so with AGPL) so I went to ask here. I have a project(for research) in Java where I use Apache POI which is under Apache Software License v2. Now I ...
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Are downloaded data automatically licensed?

If a purely Apache v2 licensed software automatically downloads data files from its copyright holder's website without asking the user, does that automatically grant Apache v2 license to the ...
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Are there legal reasons blocking the use of Apache 2 License in France

A French citizen has suggested that there are legal reasons why he cannot contribute to a project using the Apache 2 license. I responded saying: French people have contributed to such things ...
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Accidentally used ASF license header instead of normal Apache License V2 header

During the early phases of a (team) project on GitHub, I had copy-pasted the Apache Software Foundation's license header into our code as opposed to the usual License header. I hadn't realized for ...
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Spawning an AGPL executable from an Apache-2.0 project

Can I spawn an AGPL executable (mupdf for example) from my python based Apache-2.0 project? Note: I'm not linking to it, merely calling the executable from the shell.
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License that requires attribution to end users?

I'm looking for an open source license that requires attribution to end users. Thus far, I've looked at the MIT license and Apache 2.0. But I am not convinced that they require attribution to end ...

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