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comment Retaining disclaimer is mandatory in BSD-2-Clause license but not in MIT license
I have edited my question now. Can this question be reopened now? I see from programmers.stackexchange.com/tour that questions about software licensing is allowed.
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revised Retaining disclaimer is mandatory in BSD-2-Clause license but not in MIT license
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comment Retaining disclaimer is mandatory in BSD-2-Clause license but not in MIT license
@MainMa Thank you for the suggestion. I don't need legal advice. I just want to improve my understanding of these licenses.
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comment Retaining disclaimer is mandatory in BSD-2-Clause license but not in MIT license
@MainMa Is there another stackexchange site where this question would be on-topic?
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comment Boost Software License seems to extend disclaimer of warranty automatically but the author says it doesn't
@RobertHarvey What you say holds true for MIT license as well. But at ideas.opensource.org/ticket/45 zak seems to imply that the Boost Software License does not extend the disclaimer of warranty to licensees while the MIT License does.
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comment What's the fundamental difference between the MIT and the Boost Open Source licenses?
I don't understand how the Boost Software Licensed library allows one to write their own disclaimer. The Boost Software License clearly mentions in its second paragraph that retaining the disclaimer of warranty is mandatory in all copies. See programmers.stackexchange.com/q/251796/144709 for my question about this.
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asked Boost Software License seems to extend disclaimer of warranty automatically but the author says it doesn't
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comment "experienced" vs. "have experienced"? (Simple past vs. Existential sense of perfect)?
But this answer at english.stackexchange.com/a/63263/18396 implies that present perfect can be used for past events too (See the second point about "Existential sense of perfect"). My sentence is indicating an existence of a past event. Then why can't it be written in present perfect tense?
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comment "experienced" vs. "have experienced"? (Simple past vs. Existential sense of perfect)?
@ElliottFrisch Thank you for the clarification. However, I am having difficulty understanding this concept. As far as I understand, "Together we experienced our first joy ride" is indicating the existence of a past event where the past event is "experienced our first joy ride". Where am I making a mistake?
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comment "experienced" vs. "have experienced"? (Simple past vs. Existential sense of perfect)?
@ElliottFrisch Why doesn't the "Existential sense of perfect" apply in these cases?
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