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Institute for Legal Questions on Free and Open Source Software

A. Open Source Licenses

The following licenses comply with the preconditions of the Free Software Definition and the Open Source Definition. They are labelled in accordance with the respective legal chacteristic as licenses without copyleft effect, licenses with strong copyleft effect, licenses with limited copyleft effect , licenses with restricted options, licenses with privileges, Other Software Licenses, Open Content Licenses and Other Licenses for fair use of Immaterial Goods. However, for some of these licenses, it is discussed controversially, whether the preconditions are fulfilled, because the relevant definitions, the Free Software Definition and the Open Source Definition, are not identical to each other and are modified by a constant developement. The respective licenses are marked as "qualification controversial".

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