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#1 MIT License
A license from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
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Also known as the "2-clause" BSD license, this is a simplified version of an open source license created at the University of California Berkley.
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Commonly used open source license which provides an ability for the source code to be distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS and preserves the source copyrights at the same ti...
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GNU Lesser General Public License. Similar to the GPL, this removes the requirement to release source code modifications, making it more friendly for integrating with proprietary...
GNU Affero General Public License. Strong license for applications designed to guarentee user freedoms to access, modify, and redistribute server-side code.
Created for the GNU project, the GNU General Public License version 2 is the most popular free software license.
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