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The first open-source license: BSD

The first open-source license: BSD: Programming Foundations: Open-Source Licensing
The first open-source license: BSD: Programming Foundations: Open-Source Licensing

The Berkeley Software Distribution (BSD) was the first recognized Open Source License. The BSD License was first published in 1989 and all open source licenses can trace their roots to the BSD. John takes you through the license text as a foundation for the other Open Source Licenses to be discussed in this course.

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Developer Programming Foundations

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