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Many open source licenses require reasonable attribution, but no Open Source / Free Software license will require prominent/promotional attribution. Let's talk about why that makes sense, and what the common Open Source options are. Requiring prominent attribution is typically a bad idea. Software has a life cycle. It is written, used, reused, discarded, ...


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For open source licenses, license compatibility only matters when we are integrating multiple components into a single program. For example, when linking a library with a program, or copying a code snippet into our code. Docker is typically used as a separate tool without integrating code from Docker into your software. As long as it's a separate program, ...


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I think the only realistic answer to your question is some combination of: no-one knows which jurisdiction(s) do you care about? Trademark law is not nearly as homogeneous globally as copyright law is, so you may get different answers in different places. talk to your lawyer when you have a specific trademark in mind, with the exact wording of any usage ...


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