Node (npm) package licensing

{ "name": "graph-svr", "version": "1.0.0", "description": "packages needed for this service", "main": "index.js", "type": "module", "scripts": { "start": "node index.js" }, "dependencies": { "@graphql-tools/graphql-file-loader": "^7.3.11", "@graphql-tools/load-files": "^6.5.4", "@graphql-tools/schema": "^8.3.10", "@graphql-yoga/node": "^2.4.1", "apollo-datasource-rest": "^3.5.2", "apollo-server": "^3.6.7", "graphql": "^16.4.0", "graphql-tools": "^8.2.8" }, "author": "Phil Wilkins", "license": "MIT" }
  • Does the license set reflect the constraints of the dependencies and their licenses
  • Does the default license reflect the position you want?

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Phil Wilkins

Phil Wilkins

Techie, author, blogger, https://blog.mp3monster.org -- my blog covering tech https://cloud-native.info I work for Oracle, but all opinions are my own.