What is the license for GitHub - libp2p/universal-connectivity: Realtime decentralised chat with libp2p showing ubiquitous peer-to-peer connectivity between multiple programming languages (Go, Rust, TypeScript) and runtimes (Web, native binary) using QUIC, WebRTC and WebTransport ?
I can’t tell if you are a bot, but it’s a good question regardless.
Maybe @danieln or @pshahi can add the correct license. (On that same note, /specs doesn’t have a license yet either.) Until a license is applied, MIT is probably a safe assumption since that’s what most of the other related repos use.
Thank you for your reply. I’m not a bot
I think MIT is probably a safe assumption too. However, I’d just like to be sure.
I’ll add the MIT/Apache-2 dual license which is very permissive and is the default for all PL projects. You can read more about why in this blog post Introducing the Permissive License Stack | Protocol Labs
Thank you, happy thanksgiving