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FOSS Bar Code Tracker — инструмент учета Open Source-компонентов с помощью QR-кодов

Unix News Некоммерческая организация The Linux Foundation, занимающаяся продвижением операционной системы GNU/Linux, объявила о выпуске FOSS Bar Code Tracker — инструмента для учета Open Source-компонентов в программных продуктах.Принцип работы FOSS Bar Code Tracker заключается в создании QR-кодов для каждого программного продукта, которые будут содержать информацию об используемых в этом продукте компонентах с открытым кодом: их названия, версии, лицензии, ссылки на исходники и т.п. Эбен Моглен (Eben Moglen), генеральный директор SFLC (Software Freedom Law Center) и один из авторов GNU GPLv3, отметил важность нового проекта в контексте соблюдения условий лицензий в продукции, содержащей Open Source-компоненты. По его мнению, автоматизация сбора информации о них пойдет на пользу и для разработчик...



  


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