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Can I copy ISC licence NPM package code into a commercial project?

For a commercial project I'm working on I am using an NPM package called 'react-image-crop'. https://www.npmjs.com/package/react-image-crop react-image-crop holds the ISC licence. Since I want to ...
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Etiquette around forks & npm

What is the etiquette around forking and NPM? Consider the following sequence of events: There is an existing open source project published on GitHub (or similar) under some standard permissive ...
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Reproducing all npm package Licenses

I'm about to release a website that uses a lot of open source software. There are likely 30-100 packages, and those probably include more packages. I've made sure none of them are the type of ...
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Is it OK to upload someone else's code to NPM?

Per user recommendation, this question is based on an SO question. ASX is a cool library I use for some of my projects, but it is not available on NPM. I filed an issue on the GitHub repo asking to ...
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How do you know what licences you used in an Angular project?

I'm working on a website that I plan to release as open source, and also publish it to a web host so that people can actually use it. The website uses Angular, and I used Angular CLI to create it. In ...
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Should I credit indirect depended package in my open source credit notice too? [duplicate]

My project about to launch to public. So I'm preparing open source credit notice page. Since my project is developed in JavaScript, there's lots of node_modules in the development directory. Here's ...
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Do packages listed in a package.json file need to be documented individually?

I am trying to understand the general clause contained in most licenses that reads as follows The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial ...