I've been tidying up for release the source code for my camera intervalometer
, and I've been checking the licences for all the libraries I've been using.
I wanted to licence all my new stuff as MIT (I've got some fancy new UI libraries that could be really useful for others, and don't want to impose the GPL on them) - but one of the libraries I was using, PinChangeInt
, is under the GPL. Oh dear, I thought, I'd better find an alternative.
I've library-ised PcInt
from the Arduino playground, and it works just fine for what I'm doing - unfortunately it has no copyright notices or licence present at all.
Can I just give attribution to where I found it and assume it's under the public domain? While I doubt anyone's going to sue over this, I'd rather be doing The Right Thing and not give anyone making use of my own code problems downstream...