I see a vast majority of suitably open source things, which is good;
also a fair number of erroneous or ambiguous statements that can't be
interpreted as being authoritative (less good).
A question for legal remains; is the statement to which you've just
enumerated the answers to sufficient to apply licensing to things that
aren't otherwise clearly indicated? Does anyone have the text of the
Re: List of the default license of each Toolserver user
On 15/10/13 01:18, Marc A. Pelletier wrote:
> A question for legal remains; is the statement to which you've just
> enumerated the answers to sufficient to apply licensing to things that
> aren't otherwise clearly indicated? Does anyone have the text of the
> question handy?
> -- Marc
> This program allows you to change your default Toolserver license. Your
> default license is the license your Toolserver-hosted tools are assumed to
> be under if no other license is specified.
> For more information about default licenses, please read
> Every account has a default license. This is the license that your tools are licensed under when there is no other license present in the source. The main purpose of the default license is to ensure tools are not abandoned when their owner leaves.
> When an account is created, no default license is set. You can view and change the default license for your account by running setlicense on a Solaris host (like willow).
> The default license only applies when there is no other license notice in the source code, so you may license some tools under a different license by adding a license header. Alternatively, you may add an "All rights reserved" header, to indicate there is no license for that particular tool.
> There is no requirement that users select a default license, or to choose an open source license. However, the Toolserver administrators would urge users to do both where possible. If you do not wish to select a default license, please run setlicense and enter "None" as your license choice.