#ruby - 09 June 2019
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[11:23:53] _sfiguser: hello all, guys i have a project (mostly documentation) and wanted to include documentation from anaother repository which is under MIT license... my question is... should i include two licenses? because the MIT license i amm interested about has a certain copyright... like "Copyright by X" but tht will only be part of the entire work... how does it work ?
[12:16:09] Cork: anyone know how to fix "uninitialized constant Gem::RDoc" when running gem uninstall?
[12:22:09] Cork: wow... ok had to install rdoc to uninstall timerizer, even though it wasn't required to install or use it :)
[15:59:51] havenwood: _sfiguser: Yes, you just include the copyright notice and license of the code you're using. You usually also then add your own copyright and compatible license.
[16:00:58] havenwood: _sfiguser: Here are Ruby's various licenses, for example (not particularly elegant presentation, but effective).
[16:02:17] havenwood: _sfiguser: Then Ruby itself is Matz copyright and dual licensed here: https://github.com/ruby/ruby/blob/trunk/COPYING