Perl 6 - the future is here, just unevenly distributed

IRC log for #rosettacode, 2011-09-25

| Channels | #rosettacode index | Today | | Search | Google Search | Plain-Text | summary

All times shown according to UTC.

Time Nick Message
00:38 mwn3d_phone joined #rosettacode
03:54 BenBE joined #rosettacode
05:16 mwn3d_phone joined #rosettacode
10:54 kpreid joined #rosettacode
15:54 kyrie joined #rosettacode
15:58 kyrie Hi there... This is not exactly a programming question. I'd like to use some code from rosettacode for a class, and I'd like to properly attribute it (authorship, license, etc). Is there a "standard" way to find that information in the wiki? (i.e, is everything using the same license, or is there an "authors" page?)
15:59 mikemol kyrie: Everything is under the GNU FDL license version 1.2. Some stuff has some additional licensing options, but that gets confusing and tricky.
15:59 mikemol kyrie: Cite it like you would Wikipedia.
15:59 kyrie All right, thanks.
16:00 mikemol Also note that GFDL isn't exactly compatible with distributed programs.
16:00 mikemol Though if you're using sufficiently small parts, you can probably get away with it. IANAL, though.
16:00 mikemol kyrie: When in doubt, ask your instructor or TA.
16:00 kyrie Hehe, I am the TA.
16:00 mikemol ah
16:01 mikemol sec
16:01 kyrie I'm looking for code to show the students.
16:01 mikemol Well, in tha case, please do! :)
16:01 mikemol Also, FYI: http://irclog.perlgeek.de/ros​ettacode/2011-09-25#i_4477472
16:01 fedaykin "IRC log for #rosettacode, 2011-09-25" http://rldn.net/ZOmz
16:01 mikemol That may come in handy if you need to reference this conversation. :)
16:01 BenBE joined #rosettacode
16:02 kyrie Great!
16:03 kyrie Thanks a lot.
16:13 mwn3d_phone joined #rosettacode
17:28 todun joined #rosettacode
19:12 todun left #rosettacode

| Channels | #rosettacode index | Today | | Search | Google Search | Plain-Text | summary