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OSS: which license to choose?

Posted on 24 July 2002 by Demian Turner

The “Open Source” label has become so common that users rarely consider all the implications of the term. In fact, there is no universal definition of “Open Source.” If you are working at home on a personal workstation with standard product distributions, you may never need to explore the subtle differences between Open Source variants. But if you write your own software, or if you dabble in the distribution of software, you’ll need a clear understanding of the various license options.

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