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* [http://weblabels.fsf.org/defectivebydesign.org/CURRENT/ DefectiveByDesign.org javascript]
 
* [http://weblabels.fsf.org/defectivebydesign.org/CURRENT/ DefectiveByDesign.org javascript]
 
* [http://h-node.org/static/licenses.html h-node.org javascript]
 
* [http://h-node.org/static/licenses.html h-node.org javascript]
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* [https://www.eff.org/ EFF.org]
  
 
== See Also ==
 
== See Also ==

Revision as of 19:11, 25 April 2013

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rel=jslicense is proposed method for linking to a URL to both the license and source code for the JavaScript programs provided by a given page or site.

Publishers

On a page that provides multiple JavaScript programs, a hyperlink to a page that provides information about those programs license and source code (aka, JavaScript License Web Label) should be marked up with the rel value jslicense.

Consumers

LibreJS

While the links with rel=jslicense should link to human readable table of javascript license and source information, there is also a browser extension, LibreJS designed to parse these pages and to check whether or not the JavaScript is provided under a free software license.

Limitations

The JavaScript Web Labels recommendation also allows for inline JavaScript; such JavaScript may not appear on the Web Labels page.

Issues

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Examples

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