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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.

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For questions about distributing open source projects via the JavaScript package manager 'npm', or other open source questions about using packages found there.
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Questions about the SIL Open Font License
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for questions about the Open Game License (OGL)
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for questions about the definition of open source
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Operating systems are 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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For questions about the Open Source Initiative and its relationship to free and open projects.
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For questions about the open standard requirement for standard, a standard published and maintained by the Open Source Initiative.
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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 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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For questions about permissive licenses, such as Apache or MIT. Note: this does not include public domain or CC0. Use [public-domain] instead.
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for questions about the philosophy behind open source and free software.
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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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For questions about private change to otherwise open source projects
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Questions about contributors to open source projects who appear to do more harm than good to the project.
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For questions about the management of content or resources within a project.
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For questions about works whose authors retain the ability to control derivates or distribution as given to them by copyright law
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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 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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For questions that relate to the Python programming specifically
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