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a permissive license published by the ISC
For questions about private change to otherwise open source projects
for questions about the Artistic License 2.0
For questions that relate to the `setup.py` Python packaging script.
for questions about the Academic Free License
for questions about the Open Game License (OGL)
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 open standard requirement for standard, a standard published and maintained by the Open Source Initiative.
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 Apple Public Source License (APSL)
For questions about the Free Art License (a copyleft license for creative works)
A "copyfree" license conforms to the requirements of the "Copyfree Standard Definition" (CSD), which is maintained by the Copyfree Initiative (copyfree.org).
The Sun Community Source License, a non-Free/Open software license formerly promoted for Java development
for questions about the SGI Free Software License B (SGI-B-1.0, SGI-B-1.1, SGI-B-2.0)
The Commons Clause licence is usually combined with a pre-existing free licence in order to forbid the sale of the covered work. Its use makes the work non-free.
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.