I am working on a project where I'd like these licensing terms:
- Allow unmodified redistribution, with attribution to the author
- Disallow modified redistribution
- Non-commercial use
Now the CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 license is perfect for this... however, it does not cover any software topics, and CC themselves say that you shouldn't really use the CC licenses for software projects.
So what should you use in a case like this instead? LGPL comes close, but it does allow commercial use. Standard copyright, without a license, also comes close again, but allows commercial use while disallowing redistribution.
BTW, I understand you guys aren't lawyers. But you might have experience with licensing to know what kind of license you should be looking for with my needs.