I’m happy to report that the tenth article in the Open Source Expanded column of IEEE Computer has been published.
|Title||Free and Open Source Software License Compliance: Tools for Software Composition Analysis|
|Keywords||Open Source Software, Software Composition, Open Source Licenses, Automation|
|Authors||Philippe Ombredanne, nexB Inc.|
|Publication||Computer vol. 53, no. 10 (October 2020), pp. 105-109|
Abstract: Modern software is assembled from thousands of open source components, each with its own provenance and license, meaning that automation is the only practical way to comply with license conditions. We review the domain of software license compliance tools.
As always, the article is freely available (local copy).
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