Public Software definition

Public Software means any Software that contains, or is derived in any manner (in whole or in part) from, any software that is distributed as free software, open source software (e.g., Linux) or similar licensing or distribution models, including, without limitation, software licensed or distributed under any of the following licenses or distribution models, or licenses or distribution models similar to any of the following: (A) GNU’s General Public License (GPL) or Lesser/Library GPL (LGPL), (B) the Artistic License (e.g., PERL), (C) the Mozilla Public License, (D) the Netscape Public License, (E) the Sun Community Source License (SCSL), (F) the Sun Industry Standards License (SISL), (G) the BSD License, and (H) the Apache License.
Public Software means any software that contains, or is derived in any manner (in whole or in part) from, any software that is distributed as free software (as defined by the Free Software Foundation), open source software (e.g., Linux or software distributed under any license approved by the Open Source Initiative as set forth xxx.xxxxxxxxxx.xxx) or similar licensing or distribution models which require the distribution or making available of source code as well as object code of the software to licensees without charge (except for the cost of the medium) and (b) the right of the licensee to modify the software and redistribute both the modified and unmodified versions of the software, including software licensed or distributed under any of the following licenses: (i) GNU’s General Public License (GPL) or Lesser/Library GPL (LGPL); (ii) the Artistic License (e.g., PERL); (iii) the Mozilla Public License; (iv) the Netscape Public License; (v) the BSD License; or (vi) the Apache License.
Public Software means any Software that contains, includes, incorporates, or has instantiated therein, or is derived in any manner (in whole or in part) from, any Software that is distributed as free software, open source software (e.g., Linux) or similar licensing or distribution models, including under any terms or conditions that impose any requirement that any Software using, linked with, incorporating, distributed with or derived from such Public Software (a) be made available or distributed in source code form; (b) be licensed for purposes of making derivative works; or (c) be redistributable at no, or a nominal, charge.

Examples of Public Software in a sentence

  • Partner may not use, and may not authorize any Named Users to use, any Public Software in connection with the SAP HANA Cloud Platform in any manner that requires, pursuant to the license applicable to such Public Software, that any SAP software applications or other materials be (a) disclosed or distributed in source code form, (b) made available free of charge to recipients, or (c) modifiable without restriction by recipients.

  • Ravicher, “Facilitating Collaborative Software Development: The Enforceability of Mass-Market Public Software Licenses” (2000) 5 Va. J.L. & Tech.

  • Developer does not agree to any service-level agreement or other specific guarantee about any Public Software Repository.

  • Developer agrees to make sure any Software Dependencies of the Latest Version of the Software not included in the download of the Latest Version of the Software are Publicly Licensed and generally available for Customer to download, free of charge, from a Public Software Repository.

  • The Company and its Subsidiaries exercise ordinary and reasonable care in connection with the use of Public Software.


More Definitions of Public Software

Public Software means any Software that contains, or is derived in any manner (in whole or in part) from, any Software that is distributed as free Software, open source Software or similar licensing or distribution models, including Software licensed or distributed under any of the following licenses or distribution models, or licenses or distribution models similar to any of the following: (i) GNU’s General Public License or Lesser/Library GPL; (ii) Mozilla Public License; (iii) Netscape Public License; (iv) Sun Community Source/ Industry Standard License; (v) BSD License; and (vi) Apache License.
Public Software means any Software that is distributed as freeware, shareware, open source Software (e.g., Linux) or under similar licensing or distribution models that (i) require the licensing or distribution of source code of such Software to any other Person, (ii) prohibit or limit the receipt of consideration in connection with sublicensing or distributing any such Software, (iii) allow any Person to decompile, disassemble or otherwise reverse-engineer any such Software, or (iv) require the licensing of any such Software to any other Person for the purpose of making derivative works. For the avoidance of doubt, “Public Software” includes Software licensed or distributed under any of the following licenses or distribution models (or licenses or distribution models similar thereto): (i) the GNU General Public License (GPL) or Lesser/Library GPL (LGPL); (ii) the Artistic License (e.g., PERL); (iii) the Mozilla Public License; (iv) the Netscape Public License; (v) the BSD License; (vi) the Apache License; and (x) any other license or distribution model described by the Open Source Initiative in its Open Source Definition as set forth on xxx.xxxxxxxxxx.xxx.
Public Software means any software that is (i) distributed as free software or as open source software (e.g., Linux), (ii) subject to any licensing or distribution model that includes as a term thereof any requirement for distribution of source code to licensees or third parties, patent license requirements on distribution, restrictions on future patent licensing terms, or other abridgement or restriction of the exercise or enforcement of any Company Intellectual Property Rights through any means, (iii) licensed or distributed under any Public Software License or under less restrictive free or open source licensing and distribution models such as those obtained under the BSD, MIT, Boost Software License and the Beer-Xxxx Public Software Licenses or any similar licenses, (iv) a public domain dedication or (v) derived in any manner (in whole or in part) from, links to, relies on, is distributed with, incorporates or contains any software described in (i) through (iv) above.
Public Software means any software that (i) is made generally available to the public without requiring payment of fees or royalties, (ii) is generally considered to be “copyleft”, “open source” or “public software”, including software distributed or made available via the GNU General Public License (GPL) or Lesser/Library GPL (LGPL), the Artistic License (e.g., PERL), the Mozilla Public License, the Netscape Public License, the BSD License, the Sun Community Source License (SCSL) or Industry Source License (SISL), the Apache License or any license or distribution model similar to the foregoing, or (iii) requires as a condition of use, modification or distribution that any other software distributed therewith be disclosed, licensed or distributed in source code form, be redistributable at no charge or be licensed for the purpose of making derivative works.
Public Software means any software, documentation or other material that contains, or is derived (in whole or in part) from, any software, documentation or other material that is distributed as free software, open source software (e.g., Linux) or similar licensing or distribution models, including, but not limited to software, documentation or other material licensed or distributed under any of the following licenses or distribution models, or licenses or distribution models similar to any of the following:
Public Software means any software that contains, or is derived (in whole or in part) from any software that is distributed as free software, open source software (e.g., Linux) or similar licensing or distribution models.
Public Software has the meaning set forth in Section 3.10(h).