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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
documents and media for use in education under open licenses which allow free use and distribution.
for questions related to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act in the context of open development.
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…
For questions that relate to open source programs and packages version numbers and versioning.
for questions about the LPPL (LaTeX Project Public License)
Questions about donating to open source projects.
For questions about the open standard requirement for standard, a standard published and maintained by the Open Source Initiative.
Code Project Open License - a software license by codeproject.com which is not considered an open source license according to the Open Source Initiative or free by the Free Software Foundation.
For questions about gamifying systems to improve usability and encourage users.
For questions about the no longer functioning hosting platform, Codehaus.
The "Debian Free Software Guidelines" (DFSG) is part of the "Debian Free Software Contract" and is a set of commitments and rules used to define what constitutes a Debian component as Free Software. T…
for questions about the SGI Free Software License B (SGI-B-1.0, SGI-B-1.1, SGI-B-2.0)