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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Does the Apache 2 License cover non-code?

I am open-sourcing an OpenGL project out of a desire to share the code. However, I would like to deter anyone from compiling my project as is and publishing it with the same icon, images, and models. ...
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Concise GPL requirements summary list

I find the current version of the GPL to be relatively short and easy to read. However, some people seem to see a wall of text and cannot get through it. Thus we have many questions asked here that ...
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Commercial software using open source library: legal notice

Is there any legal constraint saying that a commercial software must quote the open source libraries and public domain libraries regardless of the open source license type? For example, let's say I ...
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Against what does the Apache 2.0 patent clause protect?

The Apache 2.0 patent clause says: Subject to the terms and conditions of this License, each Contributor hereby grants to You a perpetual, worldwide, non-exclusive, no-charge, royalty-free, ...
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Adding feature to an Apache v2 package

I'm working on one npm package based on another one but with another approach, this package is licenced under Apache v2 and I want to use MIT. After some use of my package I've noticed I need to use ...
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Combining code written under different licenses (Eiffel Forum License, MIT and Apache), what are my options?

So I'm new to all this licensing jazz, and I've just started work on a project I'd like to one day publish as open source. I've found a couple of projects so far that have code to accomplish stuff ...
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Can I link a Apache 2.0 library into software under GPLv2?

The Apache 2.0 License has a built-in linking exception: For the purposes of this License, Derivative Works shall not include works that remain separable from, or merely link (or bind by name) to ...
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How does one combine differently licensed code in one open source program?

I'm the author of WorldPainter. It's licensed according to the GPL v3, but I am about to include some code (dynmap) that is licensed according to the Apache License version 2.0. According to both ...
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What am I supposed to do if someone is breaking the terms of my licensed software?

What should I do if someone is breaking the terms of my licensed software? To create a small example for you, I'll take a section out of the Apache 2.0 license: You may add Your own copyright ...
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Should I include license text in a single file or all source files?

Many licenses, such as Apache 2.0, have both a long and a short form. Typically, the long form is included in the repository as a single LICENSE file, and the short form is used in the actual source ...
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What license must I use on a commercial version of an open source project?

Suppose I have published a project under the Apache 2.0 (or similarly permissive license). Internally I have another version of the same project, which provides significantly extended functionality ...

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