When it comes to using developing and promoting software the numerous licenses that accompany them can be confusing for even expert users. Open-source and proprietary licenses often butt heads. One promotes a closed and guarded method of licensing whereas the latter lets people use software more freely. In this post we compare both open and proprietary licenses. We also discuss whether they work well together or the relationship is estranged. An Introduction to Software Licensing For the uninitiated software comes broadly in two different formats. Let8217s go over both open source and proprietary or closed-source8230 Read more.
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