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Public-domain-equivalent license
Public-domain-equivalent license are licenses that grant public-domain-like rights and/or act as waivers. They are used to make copyrighted works usable
Permissive software license
into the public domain. However, permissive licenses are not actually equivalent to releasing a work into the public domain. Permissive licenses often do
Public copyright license
content/Free content Public-domain-equivalent license Herkko A. Hietanen. "A License or a Contract, Analyzing the Nature of Creative Commons Licenses". Social Science
WTFPL
license most commonly used as a free software license. As a public domain like license, the WTFPL is essentially the same as dedication to the public
Unlicense
Unlicense is a public domain equivalent license with a focus on an anti-copyright message. It was first published on January 1 (Public Domain Day), 2010.
Creative Commons license
as fallback as public domain equivalent license. Development of CC0 began in 2007 and was released in 2009. A major target of the license was the scientific
Public-domain software
it takes the equivalent of a manifest license to do so. 🙂 [...] For the record, I have already voted +1 to approve the CC0 public domain dedication and
BSD licenses
disclaimer in either source or binary forms. Doing so forms a public-domain-equivalent license. It was first used by Rob Landley in Toybox. Copyright (C)
Anti-copyright notice
Information wants to be free Public-domain-equivalent license Diane Peters (March 11, 2009). "Expanding the Public Domain: Part Zero". Kreutzer, Till.
Toybox
using a permissive BSD license, where BusyBox uses the copyleft GNU General Public License, which lead to different usage domains. Busybox is mostly used