오픈소스에 기여한다는 건 소스 코드를 수정하고 고치는 일만 뜻하는 건 아닙니다. 오픈소스 SW를 개발하는 개발자에게 도움을 주는 모든 행위가 오픈소스에 기여하는 일이다. 오류를 제보하거나, 주석을 쓰거나, 문서화 작업에 참여하는 일도...
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Why I Don’t Use the GPL - Shane Curcuru (Ignite OSCON 2015)From OSCON 2015 in Portland, a 5-minute Ignite talk:
I won’t use the GPL for new software, and you maybe shouldn’t either. “Heretic”, comes the cry from the back of the room! But no – I bleed and believe in open source and the public good as much as you do. The difference is, I want to share my code with *everyone* not just the believers.
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Open Source Licensing, by Lawyers for LawyersLawyers are trained to mistrust what they don’t understand. This webinar features members of Chef’s legal and engineering leadership who will give real-life, “in the trenches” perspectives on using open-source software in large enterprises. Our goal is to reduce lawyers’ and procurement departments’ fear and loathing of open source licensing by providing a better understanding of why engineers use open source and how legal can work with engineering to provide guidelines and visibility into open source use.
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Open Source Basics | Intel SoftwareA simple explanation of how open source projects manage change as well as the structure, roles, and terminology of open source software.
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Comparing Open-Source Software Licenses3DR's Chris Anderson talks about the importance of structuring open-source projects, like the drone-maker community he helped start, in a way that they can be commercialized later, if that's the ultimate goal. He explains how businesses, because of proprietary concerns, avoid software created under open-source licenses that require all derivative work be published for the sake of engaging more developers.
CppCon 2015: Kevin P. Fleming “A Crash Course in Open Source Licensing"http://www.Cppcon.org
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Open source software licenses are intended to provide a way for software authors to protect their own rights, and the rights of the users of their software, but many developers are unaware of how they work, why they are important, and how to apply them to their projects.
It may never have occurred to you, but software licenses are much like programs: they are developed to meet requirements, they live in a world of external influences and constraints, and they use documented techniques to solve problems.
In this session, the attendees will participate in a fun, interactive process to choose the components of a software license through real-world examples, with the goal of every attendee leaving with a basic understanding of the more important aspects of software licenses. Along the way they will learn the basics of copyrights and how they apply to software; what 'derivative work' and 'distribution' mean in these contexts; and many other useful concepts, including the most important differences between common licenses like the GNU General Public License family and the Apache 2 license.
I manage community development and evangelism at Bloomberg, spanning our activities in the open source, open standards and academic communities. Ask me about open source software, open source licensing, and C++!
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