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Some thoughts on licensing from Google's Chris DiBona

Chris DiBona is the director of open source at Google, and he's been taking a big part in the open source and Free software ecosystem for a very long time--not least in his role with Google's Summer of Code. He recently posted on Twitter what he calls "a little rant" about software licensing -- well worth reading the whole (short!) thing. Upshot: Be cautious and humble in selecting a software…See More
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Some thoughts on licensing from Google's Chris DiBona

Posted on June 2, 2019 at 7:10pm 0 Comments

Chris DiBona is the director of open source at Google, and he's been taking a big part in the open source and Free software ecosystem for a very long time--not least in his role with Google's Summer of Code. He recently posted on Twitter what he calls "a little rant" about software licensing -- well worth reading the whole (short!) thing. 

Upshot: Be cautious and humble in…

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Mycroft developer Ryan Sipes, speaking from the show floor of this year's OSCON in Austin,…

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