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Topic: Difference between licenses MIT and ISC

Subject. Looked once again at texts of licenses - explicit distinctions I do not note something. In ISC there are less than beeches, it to me is pleasant to these more. But, like as, it less popular, and all at once begin  "and that not MIT?". And generally, it is time to advance in masses WTFPL. It is a pity only that it is written a little, as though to tell, not "legal" language.

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Re: Difference between licenses MIT and ISC

Hello, b0r3d0m, you wrote: B> the Subject. B> looked once again at texts of licenses - explicit distinctions I do not note something. B> in ISC there are less than beeches, it to me is pleasant to these more. But, like as, it less popular, and all at once begin  "and that not MIT?". B> And generally, it is time to advance in masses WTFPL. It is a pity only that it is written a little, as though to tell, not "legal" language. https://tldrlegal.com/license/mit-license https://tldrlegal.com/license/-isc-license

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Re: Difference between licenses MIT and ISC

_NN> https://tldrlegal.com/license/mit-license _NN> https://tldrlegal.com/license/-isc-license That is "Private use"? At ISC, unlike the same MIT license, such point in section "Can" is not present. Judging by the description ("You may use the work for private use") it should be equivalent to the mandatory publication of the source code of application, as a matter of fact. But after all such requirement at MIT, as far as I know, no. What then means under usage to suit the own ends?

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Re: Difference between licenses MIT and ISC

Hello, b0r3d0m, you wrote: _NN>> https://tldrlegal.com/license/mit-license _NN>> https://tldrlegal.com/license/-isc-license B> That is "Private use"? At ISC, unlike the same MIT license, such point in section "Can" is not present. B> Judging by the description ("You may use the work for private use") it should be equivalent to the mandatory publication of the source code of application, as a matter of fact. But after all such requirement at MIT, as far as I know, no. What then means under usage to suit the own ends? In ISC write that is functionally identical MIT, simply eliminated the unnecessary text. Probably ' Private use ' it also is the unnecessary text.