[Idpy-discuss] Project licensing within IdentityPython
rainer at hoerbe.at
Thu May 16 19:08:18 UTC 2019
Taking the legal advice to the extreme, each class and function would have to be outfitted with license text to alert code clippers about the legal implications. Empty __init__.py file as well, of course.
We need i18n for these headers, of course. Wikipedia's list of official languages seem incomplete to me. I have met people speaking latin, esperanto and clingonian in my live. Did I miss something ;-)
> Am 2019-05-16 um 20:39 schrieb Scott Koranda <skoranda at gmail.com>:
>> Hi all,
>> being part of Commons Conservancy brought up yet another subject,
>> which is whether we should add a header with license information in
>> every file in the projects under idpy. This is not something done in
>> an abstract way, there is a specific format modelling this information
>> (see https://spdx.org/ and https://reuse.software/ - more specifically
>> https://reuse.software/practices/2.0/). Still, I find it problematic.
>> We want to open up the question to the wider community and consider
>> their thoughts on this. The forwarded message below is discussing this
>> subject. You can see the question we posed, the answer we got and my
>> comments. Feel free to tell us what you think on this.
> I concur with Ivan.
> Scott K
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