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REUSE offers many tools and methods to support developers in making their licensing more clear and simple. This API is an additional component and enables other users to see a project’s REUSE status transparently.
This repository contains the web part for all user interaction. The parts needed for the external server performing the checks are hosted in the api-worker repository.
This service is accessible via api.reuse.software, but interested users can set up their own instance.
Copyright and licensing is difficult, especially when reusing software from different projects that are released under various different licenses. REUSE was started by the Free Software Foundation Europe (FSFE) to provide a set of recommendations to make licensing your Free Software projects easier. Not only do these recommendations make it easier for you to declare the licenses under which your works are released, but they also make it easier for a computer to understand how your project is licensed.
As a short summary, the recommendations are threefold:
You are recommended to read the recommendations in full for more details.
Please refer to the /doc directory of this project for information on how to install and configure the REUSE API.
Information on how to develop and hack around with this project can be found in the file /doc/hack.md.
Copyright © 2019 Free Software Foundation Europe e.V.
This work is licensed under multiple licences. Because keeping this section up-to-date is challenging, here is a brief summary as of September 2019:
For more accurate information, check the individual files.