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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…
Open Educational Resources are documents and media for use in education under open licenses which allow free use and distribution.
For questions about the human management of a free/open project. Think HR departments.
for questions about the BSL (Boost Software License)
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…
for questions about the LPPL (LaTeX Project Public License)
Questions about contributors to open source projects who appear to do more harm than good to the project.
Questions about donating to open source projects.
a permissive license published by the ISC
for questions about the "BSD Zero Clause License" (0BSD), not to be confused with the BSD licenses (tag: [bsd])
The Apache 1.1 license is a license created by the Apache Software Foundation. Use this tag when the item in question relates to this license. The requirements of this license can be found at https://…
Questions that ask about how to fulfil the obligations placed upon a user by a given free software licence, and how to comply with them.
Use this tags for questions about the connections between movies and open source, be it movies licensed under open source or the implications of using open source tools to create a movie
The CeCILL (CEA CNRS INRIA Logiciel Libre) is a copyleft free software license having official English and French versions, with the goal of international enforceability while maintaining GPL compatib…