|Licensing/copyright question for code returned from "Get Code" link||wbamberg||4/19/12 11:48 AM|
I work on the documentation for Mozilla's Add-on SDK, and I'm trying to add search to the docs using Google Custom Search.
But I'm not sure what to use as the license header in the Markdown file containing the JS and CSS. The Add-on SDK itself is made available under the Mozilla Public License, version 2.0, and we include boilerplate referring to the MPL in all original files. It doesn't seem right to use this boilerplate for this JS/CSS content, since it's mostly taken from Google via the "Get Code" link. But there's no indication in the developer guide (that I can see) of what we should use.
Thanks very much in advance for any help here!
|Re: Licensing/copyright question for code returned from "Get Code" link||omr||8/29/12 5:58 AM|
I see that a related discussion is still recently ongoing at: