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You must keep the whole license. Quoting from Section 4, "Conveying Verbatim Copies" of the GPL: You may convey verbatim copies of the Program's source code as you receive it, in any medium, provided that you [...] give all recipients a copy of this License along with the Program.


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You are responsible for complying with all the licenses for the software that you distribute. You're not only giving users a copy of your immediate dependencies, but are giving them a bundle with your entire dependency graph. Software that you only use during the build process doesn't matter though. This doesn't have to be a big nuisance. E.g. a separate ...


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If you are running your web app (as a service) on your own server (or a server under your control) regardless if public or in-house, then you are not actually distributing/publishing anything, you are just offering the service. Under the MIT license if you are not distributing the code then you have no obligations. (under AGPL license it would be very ...


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