What License Is The Recipe You Post To DataCook?
IF you make a Recipe publicly, you license the public Recipe under MIT licensed
. The MIT License is simple and easy to understand and it places almost no restrictions on what you can do with the project. It means that they are free to use in the project and any other projects (even commercial projects) as long as the copyright header is left intact. We include it on the code source when you make the Recipe. But the license applies to the Recipe itself, wherever it is viewed. Here is that license:
Copyright(c) [THIS YEAR] [YOUR NAME] [URL TO ORIGINAL]
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