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I am in the process of making a webpage in the pyramid framework (python) and I am going to make it opensource so that people can add to it, take from it, learn from it, etc.

But I don't want them to just take the code and not accredit my friends and I for writing the code they are using. I was wondering how to go about getting a license like that?

I looked up the GNU Free Documentation License, but I couldn't find how I would get that license or implement it.

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See link at bottom of page http://blog.stackoverflow.com/2009/06/attribution-required/

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