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I am going to talk about the major impact points to your project rather than the nitty-gritty (like how to attribute). The LGPL is a weak copyleft license. It does not require software that is dynamically linked to be open source. However, you are required to release source code of modifications to the library, if you release that modified version with your ...


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Assuming that the original work was distributed under the GNU GPLv2, and that you have made a work which is a derivative of it (in copyright terms), you may redistribute your derivative work subject to GPLv2 ss 2 and 3. The point of distributing under the GPL is to enable a work to continue to be used and/or repurposed by as large a number of people as ...


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Yes, you can link CC-SA content along with your code. Weak/strong copyleft is a term that only exists for software, because it only defines an exception to the copyleft. To use CC-SA content, you just have to give credit to the original author and share the content (modified or unmodified) under the same license. Not your code. The easiest way to do so ...


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No, the restriction from section 1(c) to distribute or communicate copies of the Original Work and Derivative Works to the public only applies to Original Work or Derivative Works which is defined in section 1(b): to translate, adapt, alter, transform, modify, or arrange the Original Work, thereby creating derivative works ("Derivative Works") based ...


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