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Repository of LaTeX graphs, code from this site and licensing

Some colleagues and I are creating a database of LaTeX based graphs (TikZ, PgfPlots, etc) to be used in Economics (by students, academics, professionals, etc). This will be an online database, freely ...
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Position with regard to unlicensed fonts

There was a question about how to integrate a specific font into a document. The fonts were commercial fonts and though the person did not state explicitly that they had downloaded unlicensed versions ...
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When and how to relicense code from StackExchange posts

After using LaTeX for many years, I recently found the need to learn about TeX to program a more sophisticated solution to a problem. This site has been incredibly valuable for this. Solving my ...
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Should I worry about other sites “stealing” SE content?

Googling a phrase from Which font is the most comfortable for on-screen viewing? brings up three other sites featuring the same question: www.faqoverflow.com/tex/20149.html www.zqna.net/qna/ihnmrw-...
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Is http://touchstack.com/tex.stackexchange/questions violating TeX.SE (or your) copyright? [closed]

The site http://touchstack.com/tex.stackexchange/questions seems to be reposting all our questions and answers (and http://touchstack.com seems to do it for the other Stack Exchange sites, too). I do ...
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Add an additional Licence to “MY” content

following the discussion on licensing, I propose an additional field in the user-profile (this can be a SE-wide thing, or just for TeX.SE, though it would probably fit in Programming.SE as well, as an ...
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Relicensing code from answers

Part of the discussion about packaging some of the TikZ answers into a LaTeX package has centred on the issue of licensing the code. Contributions here are licensed under a CC license (see links at ...