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Rights To Code

This is a question about GreasyFork, and so I selected the site feedback category, apologies if this is incorrect.

If I were to post my script on GreasyFork without a license specified, according to the site it implies that people may use it for personal use but may not distribute it, would this also prevent users from being able to post modified clones on GreasyFork? If not, what could I do to ensure that users do not have permission to do so, and have that permission be respected and enforced by the GreasyFork moderators?

Comments

  • Posting a script without a license does not "prevent" derivative works in the sense that there will be something automatic that will either stop it from being posted or remove it after it has been posted. But if you find an unauthorized derivative work, you can report it, and moderators will review and delete if appropriate.

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