I know this has been asked several times. I've read the responses. I'm still very confused. What are the legal requirements for using samples from SO in other projects? If there are requirements, ...
Strongly related: Do I have to worry about copyright issues for code posted on Stack Overflow? It appears that all the submitted content on Stack Overflow is licensed under the Creative Commons (CC) ...
As prompted by NullUserException อ_อ, I'd like to try get a definitive moderator view on what is the appropriate action when a user spots an obvious copyright violation on Stack Overflow. To be clear,...
Possible Duplicate: Do I have to worry about copyright issues for code posted on StackOverflow? A very basic doubt: the answers that are quoted on SO, do they come under any license? Is it OK(...
What happens with my full program's copyright when I publish some code on Stack Overflow? [duplicate]
In order to better show my situation, I sometimes publish the offending source code. Also, I like to publish the fixed code once the problem is solved. I feel it's a way to thank the community for the ...
Let's say I have this python code. It has an issue, so I'm going to ask about it on Stackoverflow. >>> print "Hello SyntaxError: EOL while scanning string literal. Them user comes along ...
My coding is getting to the stage I am starting to think about publishing with a GPL licence when I use version control like github. I thought of the GPL licence because it is free and therefore seems ...
Stack Exchange is announcing the change from CC-BY-SA 3.0 to MIT License and the chaos has emerged. After a few hours of research, I've concluded that I've been breaking the law (license) since the ...
By posting a selection of previously written text here, are we waiving our copyrights to the excerpt?
Posts on Stack Exchange sites have a Creative Commons license applied. However, on Writers, people will post snippets of their own writing for critique purposes. Does that mean that if I post a ...
I've looked through a few of the questions about the licensing of posts on SO, but haven't found any really satisfactory answers. Can an answer be used in an open source project (with an MIT license)? ...
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Questions have been asked about this, and possible solutions discussed, but I can't find an actual feature proposal. Software licensing is a big deal, and when I post to stack overflow, I as the ...
Creative Commons is a great license for a wiki, but it's not a good software license at all. Is it the case that all code snippets are under the same license as the rest of the text? I commonly say "...
I want to ask a question on Stack Overflow but before I post code, I want to make sure the license I want to use (which is similar to many Open Source licenses) is compatible with Stack Exchange sites....
To my understanding from various Q&A here on meta (reference at the end) every piece of code posted on a stackexchange site gets published under the Creative Commons License. A user on codereview ...