21.11.2017 21:26, Карелин Павел пишет:


21.11.2017 20:03, Jake Petroules пишет:
Hi Pavel,

As the author and copyright holder, you're free to use whatever license you want. MIT is certainly a good choice.
Ok, this is great!


However, depending on the kind of functionality your modules provide, you may even like to upstream them to the Qbs project for inclusion in the official release. Perhaps you could upload the modules and we can take a look and see if it's a fit?
Xm, I do not think that you will find in my modules that it is really valuable :)  These are just small utilities. I did not intend to publish them, but so were the circumstances.
The modules are attached.

--
Pavel.

P.S.
I work in the Russian-language segment, so all comments are in Russian. If an incredible thing happens, and you like something, then you are ready to make explanations in English.
Sorry: "I" are ready to make explanations in English.


Cheers.

On Nov 21, 2017, at 3:10 AM, Карелин Павел <hka...@yandex.ru> wrote:

Hi, guys!

I wrote several modules that slightly extend the functionality of QBS. I want to place them on GitHub, for using their in both open source and commercial projects. Under what license should I place my modules?
Can I use a MIT license?

--
BR, Pavel Karelin


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