Autelic runs a number of open source, community development projects. These are hosted on webs where the development is supported with the appropriate tools and processes, such as version control, issue tracking, documentation wiki, etc.
Here´s a brief description of each, please follow the link to learn more about each project.
To protect you and the Autelic Association we will ask you to submit either the Autelic Individual Contributor License Agreement, or if you are contributing on behalf of your company or contributing some existing software to submit the Autelic Software Grant and Corporate Contributor License Agreement. Both of these are modelled on the Apache2.0 contributor licenses.
If a company takes what´s developed here and offers a service that helps end users - great! If the company provides enough value to charge end users for it, then fine.
We´d like companies to improve on what we provide, so we allow derived works. Ideally, we´d like to see back any additions and improvements made to the code by them, or for them to collaborate here on it´s development and maintenance. But we don´t want to oblige companies to share their own source code or otherwise scare them off from using these projects by forcing GPL licensing terms on them.
If a company makes money from these developments and wants to donate money or developer resources back to the projects that enabled that income, we´ll consider accepting that (within our stated goal, policies, bylaws, etc)
The most used open source license that meets our goals is the Apache license, so whenever possible we will license these projects under the Apache 2.0 License found on the Apache Foundation´s license page.