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Free PHP Scripts - Rules

Free PHP Scripts - Rules

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Welcome to this brand new section.  

I've decided to open this new forum to offer for free some small applets I usually code in my free time.

I will offer small and stand alone PHP scripts which may be useful for your own sites.

Of course all of you are allowed to share your scripts in this section and ask for support (limited to my free time... and remember that everything is free here!). You may also make some small and limited requests.


The only requirements to post scripts here is that all jobs have to be subject to this license:

GNU Public License

All my scripts here in this section are subject to GNU Public License

I hope you will enjoy this new forum, and you will share your knowledge as well.

Luca Libralato



 
Edited by Mighty Gorgon, Wed 28 Nov, 2007 10:14: Wrong disclaimer removed.
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Mighty Gorgon [ Sat 24 Nov, 2007 12:55 ]
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You can modify scripts anyway you want as long as it's for your own personal (non-business)
use and my copyright and links remain in the file (or in the footer where applicable).

You cannot redistribute my scripts in whole or in part without my permission.


That breaks the GPL and is not allowed by the GPL. I would suggest you remove that clause as it is not allowed under the GPL.



 
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Techie-Micheal [ Wed 28 Nov, 2007 01:11 ]
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That breaks the GPL and is not allowed by the GPL. I would suggest you remove that clause as it is not allowed under the GPL.

You are right Techie-Micheal, I've read again the GPL and that part conflicts with it.

And by the way it was quite unuseful... because open source is not protected against that...

Thanks for your contribution, I'll update the package as well.



 
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Mighty Gorgon [ Wed 28 Nov, 2007 10:17 ]
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That breaks the GPL and is not allowed by the GPL. I would suggest you remove that clause as it is not allowed under the GPL.

You are right Techie-Micheal, I've read again the GPL and that part conflicts with it.

And by the way it was quite unuseful... because open source is not protected against that...

Thanks for your contribution, I'll update the package as well.


That is covered by one of the creative commons licenses.



 
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novice programmer [ Wed 28 Nov, 2007 18:28 ]
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But anything that is a MOD for phpBB or uses phpBB code must be GPL, except for certain circumstances, which from what I've seen don't apply to the code here. So CC licenses don't even come in to play.



 
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Techie-Micheal [ Wed 28 Nov, 2007 19:51 ]
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But anything that is a MOD for phpBB or uses phpBB code must be GPL, except for certain circumstances, which from what I've seen don't apply to the code here. So CC licenses don't even come in to play.

I guess there is a misunderstanding.

Icy Phoenix and phpBB MODS on this site are of course released under GPL, as it is clearly stated on the home page and in any other package regarding phpBB and MODS for it on this site (even in the download section if you try to download anything)... but this topic is in an indipendent section from phpBB, and it is referring to separate scripts which I'm planning to release, such as Instant Gallery, which has not one single line borrowed from phpBB... I have coded it from scratch. Am I not allowed to release under any license I want? I guess that I'm free to release my indipendent work using any license I like.

This topic is in the Free PHP Scripts section which have nothing to do with phpBB world. Please correct me if I'm wrong.



 
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Mighty Gorgon [ Wed 28 Nov, 2007 23:59 ]
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Sure you are, as long as it doesn't use GPL'ed (or other license) code, then you can choose whatever license you feel appropriate.



 
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Techie-Micheal [ Thu 29 Nov, 2007 01:15 ]
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If you are looking for free, open source scripts, php scripts etc, this is the place where all the scripts are available:

LINK REMOVED

Thanks



 
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shivlee [ Sat 04 Jul, 2009 18:09 ]
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shivlee wrote: [View Post]
If you are looking for free, open source scripts, php scripts etc, this is the place where all the scripts are available:

LINK REMOVED

Thanks


Thanks for the link I do hope that this is not a spam link just to promote a website as the last few weeks we have been over run with them....

but if they are free scripts we are grateful for the link...



 
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DWho [ Sat 04 Jul, 2009 23:55 ]
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shivlee wrote: [View Post]
If you are looking for free, open source scripts, php scripts etc, this is the place where all the scripts are available:

LINK REMOVED BY MG

Thanks



Thank you so much for this information. I was looking for just that and you were able to read my mind  



 
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shodge [ Sat 05 May, 2012 18:32 ]
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