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Open Source Software Licenses
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Open Source Software Licenses
Open Source Software Licenses
Open Source Software Licenses
Open Source Software Licenses
Open Source Software Licenses
Open Source Software Licenses
Open Source Software Licenses
Open Source Software Licenses
Open Source Software Licenses
Open Source Software Licenses
Open Source Software Licenses
Open Source Software Licenses
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Open Source Software Licenses

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  • 1. Copyright, BananaIP, 2011 Open Source Software Licenses By Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala kalyan@bananaip.com www.bananaip.com Blog: www.bananaip.com/sinapse-blog
  • 2. Copyright, BananaIP, 2011 Copyright  Idea/Expression  Original  Modicum of creativity  Literary, Dramatic, Musical, Artistic, Photographic, Cinematographic works and Sound Recording
  • 3. Copyright, BananaIP, 2011 Copyright and Software  Source/Object Code  Databases  Websites  Interfaces
  • 4. Copyright, BananaIP, 2011 Rights  Reproduce  Adapt  Distribute  Modify  Public Display  Public Performance
  • 5. Copyright, BananaIP, 2011 Patents and Software  Requirements  Subject Matter  Industrial Applicability  Novelty  Inventive Step  Specification
  • 6. Copyright, BananaIP, 2011 Patents and Software  Rights  Make  Use  Sell  Offer for sale  Import
  • 7. Copyright, BananaIP, 2011 Example  Softan makes a software for transferring data into the brain available on his website. You can visit his website and download the software without any technical limitation.  No terms and conditions on the website.  Copyright notice on the website.
  • 8. Copyright, BananaIP, 2011 Example  Notice: You may download the software and use it for non-commercial purposes.  You have to accept a license before using the software.  The license may be an open source license such as GPL.
  • 9. Copyright, BananaIP, 2011 Open Source Concept  Evolution  Philosophy  Principles
  • 10. Copyright, BananaIP, 2011 Principles  Source Code  Distribution  Modification  Attribution  License
  • 11. Copyright, BananaIP, 2011 Kinds of Licenses  Viral  Restrictive  Flexible
  • 12. Copyright, BananaIP, 2011 GPL  Copy, Modify and Distribute  Distribution Conditions  Source Code  Derivative Works - Source Code  Attribution  License  Warranty and Liability
  • 13. Copyright, BananaIP, 2011 MPL  Copy, Modify and Distribute  Distr ibution conditions  Source Code  Larger work - Only Source Code of MPL Software  Attribution  License  Warranty and Liability
  • 14. Copyright, BananaIP 2011 BSD  Copy, Modify and Distribute  Distribution Conditions  Source code not mandatory  Derivative work - No source code  Attribution  Different License  Warranty and Liability
  • 15. Copyright, BananaIP, 2011 Example  MyTv is a software developed by a group of engineers at IISc. The software is used for playing TV on mobile phones. The programmers make the software available under GPL.  What are your flexibilities and limitations?  What if the software is made available under BSD or MPL License?
  • 16. Copyright, BananaIP, 2011 Enforcement  Jacobson case  FSF Vs. SISCO  Busy Box case  Microsoft case
  • 17. Copyright, Brain League, 2011 Open Source Business  Sale of verbatim copies  Implementation and Training  Support  Warranty, Indemnity and Liability
  • 18. Copyright, Brain League, 2011 Use in business  Internal use  Use in products  Use in hardware  Strategies
  • 19. Copyright, BananaIP, 2011 Use models  OSMM Model  BRR model
  • 20. Copyright, BananaIP, 2011 OSS Compliance  Policy and Checklist  Choosing a software  License Analysis and compliance  Softwares - Blackduck, Palamida etc.  Open Invention Network
  • 21. Copyright, BananaIP, 2011 Thank You. Fore more info: www.bananaip.com/sinapse-blog

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