Developers Need to Start Paying Attention to Licenses
Today's applications are arguably the equivalent of a Girl Talk album in code. They are made up of code that comes from a variety of sources. For instance, they may use one or more frameworks and libraries each of which may also may rely on hundreds of modules (ex. npm, Ruby gems). Even portions the "original" code in a project may have originally been copy/pasted from documentation, a tutorial or *gasp* StackOverflow.
If Girl Talk's music mashups were "a lawsuit waiting to happen", why aren't our applications?
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