I'm coding along with the examples in Build Awesome Command-Line Applications in Ruby 2 I'm using git and storing my code on github. The example code can be found on the pragmatic bookshelf site. They mention:
Copyrights apply to this source code. You may use the source code in your own projects, however the source code may not be used to create training material, courses, books, articles, and the like. We make no guarantees that this source code is fit for any purpose.
But there is no license in the code I downloaded. Whenever I start any project I just slap a GPL on it and call it a day. I'm not trying to sell it or create a training manual, but I would like to write about the project on a blog, which might be considered an article. So I'm curious, what should I do?
Digging around in the legal section I found the following:
You agree to be bound by our license regarding source code and program listings available on this site.
But I'm still not sure what that means. What I'm asking is, where the heck is the license?
➜ code ls Gemfile be_easy_to_use break_rules have_a_purpose make_config_easy play_well be_easy_to_maintain be_helpful cli_tools_roundup install_remove make_easy_possible tolerate_gracefully ➜ code find . | grep -i license ➜ code