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MIT for framework with appropriate content license

Revision as of 15:55, 10 January 2014

Guidelines for appropriate licensing of training documentation:

Before adding a resource to the main page of the Learning Programming Collection, please verify that it meets the licensing expectations of free software documentation. Some of the acceptable licenses are listed here. If you believe others apply, add them to this guideline discussion page to help make it easier for others to improve the collection. Thanks.

(See: http://www.gnu.org/licenses/license-list.html#FreeDocumentationLicenses

Written materials:

Online Tutorials:

MIT for framework with appropriate content license



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