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Survey Results

When you release code under a license, what factors are important?

Survey period: 14 Jan 2013 to 21 Jan 2013

1 = not important, 5 = important.

OptionResponses Avg  
That it can be used for non commercial and commercial purposes5313.60
That I am protected and indemnified as much as possible5313.94
That it provides clear licensing terms (including patent license)5313.91
That I have control over where the code is published publicly5313.37
That I have control over whether the code is sold for profit by someone else5313.68
That the jurisdiction of the agreement is stated5313.33
That it can be used with absolutely no restrictions (including for illegal or immoral use)5312.73
That all changes or additions to the code are also licenced under the same license.5313.47



 
GeneralThat it can *NOT* be used for illegal or immoral purposes; and by people knowingly participating in such activities Pin
Espen Harlinn15-Jan-13 22:26
mvpEspen Harlinn15-Jan-13 22:26 
GeneralRe: That it can *NOT* be used for illegal or immoral purposes; and by people knowingly participating in such activities Pin
Nemanja Trifunovic16-Jan-13 3:34
memberNemanja Trifunovic16-Jan-13 3:34 
GeneralRe: That it can *NOT* be used for illegal or immoral purposes; and by people knowingly participating in such activities Pin
PIEBALDconsult18-Jan-13 14:10
memberPIEBALDconsult18-Jan-13 14:10 
GeneralRe: That it can *NOT* be used for illegal or immoral purposes; and by people knowingly participating in such activities Pin
Espen Harlinn18-Jan-13 22:41
mvpEspen Harlinn18-Jan-13 22:41 
GeneralRe: That it can *NOT* be used for illegal or immoral purposes; and by people knowingly participating in such activities Pin
PIEBALDconsult18-Jan-13 14:11
memberPIEBALDconsult18-Jan-13 14:11 
GeneralRe: That it can *NOT* be used for illegal or immoral purposes; and by people knowingly participating in such activities Pin
Espen Harlinn18-Jan-13 22:42
mvpEspen Harlinn18-Jan-13 22:42 
GeneralRe: That it can *NOT* be used for illegal or immoral purposes; and by people knowingly participating in such activities Pin
PIEBALDconsult19-Jan-13 4:20
memberPIEBALDconsult19-Jan-13 4:20 
GeneralCOPL Rocks Pin
Grasshopper.iics14-Jan-13 18:52
groupGrasshopper.iics14-Jan-13 18:52 
GeneralRe: COPL Rocks Pin
ProgramFOX16-Jan-13 6:39
member ProgramFOX16-Jan-13 6:39 
GeneralRe: COPL Rocks Pin
Grasshopper.iics16-Jan-13 11:03
groupGrasshopper.iics16-Jan-13 11:03 
Poke tongue | ;-P Yes
QuestionWhich is most important (1 or 5)? Pin
Andrew Rissing14-Jan-13 8:01
memberAndrew Rissing14-Jan-13 8:01 
AnswerRe: Which is most important (1 or 5)? Pin
Chris Maunder14-Jan-13 8:25
adminChris Maunder14-Jan-13 8:25 
GeneralRe: Which is most important (1 or 5)? Pin
Andrew Rissing14-Jan-13 8:31
memberAndrew Rissing14-Jan-13 8:31 
AnswerRe: Which is most important (1 or 5)? Pin
PIEBALDconsult15-Jan-13 18:02
memberPIEBALDconsult15-Jan-13 18:02 
GeneralRe: Which is most important (1 or 5)? Pin
Mycroft Holmes15-Jan-13 23:04
memberMycroft Holmes15-Jan-13 23:04 
GeneralIllegal or Immoral? Pin
quinton196914-Jan-13 7:50
memberquinton196914-Jan-13 7:50 
GeneralRe: Illegal or Immoral? Pin
Chris Maunder14-Jan-13 8:24
adminChris Maunder14-Jan-13 8:24 
GeneralRe: Illegal or Immoral? Pin
ed welch14-Jan-13 11:25
membered welch14-Jan-13 11:25 
GeneralRe: Illegal or Immoral? Pin
Marc Clifton14-Jan-13 11:46
protectorMarc Clifton14-Jan-13 11:46 
GeneralRe: Illegal or Immoral? Pin
Vivic14-Jan-13 13:49
memberVivic14-Jan-13 13:49 
GeneralRe: Illegal or Immoral? Pin
Chris Maunder14-Jan-13 15:32
adminChris Maunder14-Jan-13 15:32 
GeneralRe: Illegal or Immoral? Pin
Jörgen Andersson16-Jan-13 8:35
memberJörgen Andersson16-Jan-13 8:35 
Generalother missing option: brevity Pin
ed welch14-Jan-13 0:23
membered welch14-Jan-13 0:23 
GeneralRe: other missing option: brevity Pin
Chris Maunder14-Jan-13 8:21
adminChris Maunder14-Jan-13 8:21 
GeneralMissing option Pin
Mycroft Holmes13-Jan-13 18:43
memberMycroft Holmes13-Jan-13 18:43 

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