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Eclipse Public License (EPL-1.0)
John WootenJohn Wooten   February 16, 2015   277   0   1   0
This commercially-friendly copyleft license provides the ability to commercially license binaries; a modern royalty-free patent license grant; and the ability for linked works to use other licenses, including commercial...
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John WootenJohn Wooten   February 16, 2015   197   0   0   0
The CDDL is a file-based license, which means that any changes to files contained in the project need to remain licensed under the CDDL. New files, however, may be...
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John WootenJohn Wooten   February 16, 2015   241   0   1   0
The Mozilla Public License (MPL 2.0) is maintained by the Mozilla foundation. This license attempts to be a compromise between the permissive BSD license and the reciprocal GPL license....
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MIT License (MIT)
John WootenJohn Wooten   February 16, 2015   222   0   1   0
A permissive license that is short and to the point. It lets people do anything with your code with proper attribution and without warranty
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GNU Library or "Lesser" General Public License, version 3.0 (LGPL-3.0)
John WootenJohn Wooten   February 16, 2015   193   0   1   0
Primarily used for software libraries, LGPL requires that derived works be licensed under the same license, but works that only link to it do not fall under this restriction....
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GNU Library or "Lesser" General Public License, version 2.1 (LGPL-2.1)
John WootenJohn Wooten   February 16, 2015   277   0   1   0
Primarily used for software libraries, LGPL requires that derived works be licensed under the same license, but works that only link to it do not fall under this restriction....
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GNU General Public License, version 3.0 (GPLv3)
John WootenJohn Wooten   February 16, 2015   219   0   1   0
GPL is the most widely used free software license and has a strong copyleft requirement. When distributing derived works, the source code of the work must be made available...
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GNU General Public License, version 2.0 (GPLv2)
John WootenJohn Wooten   February 16, 2015   177   0   1   0
GPL is the most widely used free software license and has a strong copyleft requirement. When distributing derived works, the source code of the work must be made available...
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BSD 2-Clause "Simplified" or "FreeBSD" License
John WootenJohn Wooten   February 16, 2015   199   0   1   0
The primary difference between BSD 2-Clause and the New BSD (3-clause) License is that it omits the non-endorsement clause. It also adds a further disclaimer about views and opinions...
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BSD 3-Clause "New" or "Revised"/"Modified" License
John WootenJohn Wooten   February 16, 2015   190   0   1   0
This version allows unlimited redistribution for any purpose as long as its copyright notices and the license's disclaimers of warranty are maintained. The license also contains a clause restricting...
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