Design science license
Design Science License (DSL) is a copyleft license for any type of free content such as text, images, music. Unlike other open source licenses, the DSL was intended to be used on any type of copyrightable work, including documentation and source code. It was the first "generalized copyleft" license. The DSL was written by Michael Stutz.
- Michael Stutz (2001-07-26). "Generalized "Copyleft" License Brings Open Source Beyond Software". Linux Today.
- Dolgin, Alexander (2008). The Economics of Symbolic Exchange. Springer Science & Business Media. p. 466. ISBN 9783540798835. Retrieved 8 March 2018.
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