WTFPL

The WTFPL ( Do What The Fuck You Want To Public License ) is a permissive license MOST Commonly used as a free software license . As a public domain like license , the WTFPL is essentially the same as dedication to the public domain . [1] It allows redistribution and modification of the software under any terms. As of May 2016 , the WTFPL was used by less than one percent …

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Open Audio License

The Open Audio License is a free music license, created in 2001 by the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF). [1] It provides freedom and openness of use for music and other expressive works. The EFF now encourages artists to use the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License Open License, and it “designates the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License as a version 2.0 of the Open Audio License.” [2]

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MirOS License

The MirOS License is a free content license (for software and other free cultural works such as graphical, literal, musical, …) originated at The MirOS Project for their own publications because the ISC license used by OpenBSD was perceived as having problems with wording [ 2] and too America centric. It has strong roots in the UCB BSD license and the Historical Permission Notice and Disclaimer with a focus on modern, explicit, legible language …

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GPL are the exception

The GPL exception clause (or GPL + FE, for short) is an optional clause That Can Be added to the GNU General Public License (GNU GPL) Permitting digital fontsshared With That license to be embedded Within a digital paper file without Requiring the Document itself to be shared with GPL. Without the clause, conflicts may arise with open-source projects distributing digital fonts which may …

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GNU Free Documentation License

The GNU Free Documentation License ( GNU FDL or simply GFDL ) is a copyleft license for free documentation, designed by the Free Software Foundation (FSF) for the GNU Project . It is similar to the GNU General Public License , giving readers the rights to copy, redistribute, and modify (only when without “invariant sections” restrictions). Copies may also be sold commercially, but if produced in larger quantities, the original document or …

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