"You've made the decision to release your code as 'open source.'
Ok, what does that mean, what is an open source license, and how do
you pick the right one? This question comes up all the time so I
thought I'd write up a simple decision tree to try to explain the
choices. This isn't legal advice, and I'm not a lawyer, and I'm
probably over-simplifying some of the points, but I hope you find
"First of all, if you write some code, it's your code and you
get to decide how other people can use it. Period..."
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