Did you know that the EU has created their own license for Free software and free data? It's even compatible with AGPL, so it's a license for a world with servers/SaaS.
Maybe I've been living under a rock, but this was news to me. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/European_Union_Public_Licence
The EU has also created a tool to compare 51 different licenses! https://joinup.ec.europa.eu/solution/joinup-licensing-assistant/joinup-licensing-assistant-jla
@forteller I've actually used it for all my projects on pagure.io, simply because I liked the fact it had an explicit list of compatible licenses. I felt that would make it easier to use my stuff for non-lawyers if anybody found use of my code.
@forteller I just read it in full (the official Dutch translation).
A few comments:
+ Official translations. This helps for local usage.
+ EU law and court applies.
+ Compatible with other licenses, so no fragmentation.
- No explicit license to share edited works (it does license sharing and editing, but not both together).
- No formal summary (such as the license notice of gpl).
Overall, seems a very nice license.
Disclaimer: I am not a lawyer. Just a random person that actually reads licenses.
@BartG95 Thank you for that. Very helpful. Appreciate it :)
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