Tags

A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.

For questions about providing or disclaiming a warranty when distributing or supporting open source software.
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For questions that deals with freedoms normally provided and/or guaranteed by Free and Open Software.
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For questions about the restrictive Creative Commons license, CC-BY-NC-ND meaning: no derivatives, commercial usages and mandatory attribution.
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For questions about the Creative Commons CC-BY-ND (Attribution-NoDerivs) license
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Questions about the Microsoft Public License
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For questions about DRM, aka Digital (Rights/Restrictions) Management, and its applications to projects.
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basic software to use a computer. This tag should be used for questions about interaction of operating systems and open source software or open source operating systems
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Terms of service govern the behavior and responsibilities of both user and operator.
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for questions about the zlib license
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For questions about managing the financial aspects of projects, such as pricing and support.
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a development environment for open source projects.
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For questions about the human management of a free/open project. Think HR departments.
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for questions related to (software) development environments such as IDE's and editor and build stacks
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Questions about freeware, a computer software that is available for use at no monetary cost, which may have restrictions such as redistribution prohibited, and for which source code is not necessarily…
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for questions that ask about the difference between two or more licenses in a certain aspect.
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For questions about small, self-contained pieces of code within the context of open projects.
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The Developer Certificate of Origin (DCO) is a mechanism declaring that the contributor has permission to make the contribution. This is applicable, for example, if the contributor is working on behal…
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a public domain equivalent license.
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