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For questions about the usages and roles of patents within open projects. This can concern protection of projects/patents, and their implications in licensing, projects, and usages.
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Questions about GNU Project (free software, mass collaboration project) or GNU Operating System (a Unix-like computer operating system composed wholly of free software).
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For questions that relate to the Python programming specifically
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For questions concerning the use of linked libraries such as DLLs and linked JARs.
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For questions about the management of content or resources within a project.
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For questions about files containing the text of a license distributed alongside or within an open project.
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For questions relating to Creative Commons' Attribution (CC-BY) license.
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Questions for the retention and building of community audiences, as well as the contributor and developer communities, that concern open projects.
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Use for questions about the collaboration aspects of developing open projects
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The public domain contains works that have no copyright on them, either because the author dedicated it to the public domain or because copyright has expired.
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For questions about generating revenue from an open project
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For questions about the process of publishing free/open projects, involving decisions such as whether to provide binary builds or which packaging system to use
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Questions about the linux-kernel, a popular kernel of GNU/Linux operating system.
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For questions about the information about a project, specifically the documentation of the source code. Questions can relate to best practices, procedures, policies and more.
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Questions about the definition of free software according to the Free Software Foundation
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Non-commercial refers to licences that prohibit commercial use, according to some definition which is usually particular to the licence in question.
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For questions about applying open source principles to hardware design, including schematics, HDL source code and integrated circuit layout data.
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Intellectual Property is a superset of copyright, and also includes patents, trademarks and trade secrets.
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For questions about ownership of any component within an open project, including but not limited to, rights, intellectual property, and copyright.
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For questions about the terms used in the field: their use, effects, and meanings.
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A binary file is a computer file that is not a text file. In this context this means a program that instead of being source code is compiled for a specific architecture and cannot (easily) be read by …
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an open project or license concerns the specific use or interaction with an Application Programming Interface (API).
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For questions about the various distributions of the Linux OS, such as their origins and specific impacts on the community.
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A plugin is a piece of software that extends another piece of software via an internal interface.
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Questions about the enforcement of a license; or what to do when someone violates the terms of a license
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For questions relating to law or registered trademarks of software projects. When asking a legal question, be sure to make note of the relevant legal jurisdiction in your question.
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For questions about security practices as applied to open source software.
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For questions about exceptions to open source licenses
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