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This piece breaks down software license terminology and provides three different open-source license considerations for use in internal and commercial software projects.
Software licenses use a wide range of terminology. Some terms to understand include:
Open-source licenses have three main considerations:
With respect to the various license considerations, some licenses can be easier to use than others. In general, most open-source licenses can be used safely for internal projects, because the license restrictions are typically only applied with respect
to software distribution. The distribution of open-source software can get very tricky, especially for larger works that are made up of many different projects.
In general, most open-source licenses are designed for sharing and have concessions for commercial use. However, it is wise to avoid mixing different restrictive licenses in the same project because there are cases where licenses have competing language
(e.g., GPL and CDDL).
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