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Discussion on: I made 100 high-quality illustrations, totally free. Use it anywhere without attribution.

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Junxiao Shi

The only conditions are that you don't duplicate Scale, create a competitor product or sell it as illustration packs :).

Very weird license. It sounds like public domain but you can't sell. It sounds like CC BY-NC but you don't need attribution.

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hrishikesh1990 Author

I want to keep this free for everyone. Don't want someone to just create an interface and charge for the illustrations.

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ヘンタイちゃん

Do you know of any premade licenses that work best for open-source projects that "allow illustrations to be embedded in (non-) commercial sites under the condition that the artwork may not directly be sold without the creator's consent"?

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Pacharapol Withayasakpunt

My favorite license is DBAD. Not sure how well it really works, though.

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Matthieu • Edited

As a developer who work for a big company (big company = more vigilant about licenses), I wouldn't even bother asking the legal team about DBAD and WTFL, I know that I won't ever be able to use a work licensed under those. I highly recommend that you don't use this kind of license.

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@lukeocodes 🕹👨‍💻

I think the license basically says "use it, even in commercial products, but do not sell it as your own work"

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Lewis Lloyd

same feeling here. unDraw switching their MIT license to a “do not compete” made me incredibly skeptical, and it’s the same model here.

the benefit of open source is that you’ll never be wrapped into a dirty lawsuit over a technicality. licenses like this scare developers off.