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They mostly do not. It is why groups like FOSS and FOSH are so successful. But everybody has their own license, or set of licenses, these days, and the particulars make these things distinct.

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@jmw150 @Hyolobrika@counter.fedi.live @downey Published software should be free software. To make it free software, you need to release it under a free software license. We normally use the GNU General Public License (GNU GPL), specifying version 3 or any later version, but occasionally we use other free software licenses. We use only licenses that are compatible with the GNU GPL for GNU software.

if you would get to learn more about free software and licenses I recommend visiting: gnu.org/licenses/licenses.en.h

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