January 11th, 2016
Guest-blogger Max Sills is an attorney in Google’s Open Source Office, and our expert on all things legal related to Angular. Enjoy! – Naomi
As of beta.2 this week, we’re moving Angular 2, its related libraries, and any code snippets and examples to the MIT license.
Open source licenses are meant to protect developers by making it clear how code can be used. We want developers to be confident that they can use, fork, modify, and extend Angular without worry.
So, we’re changing Angular back to the MIT license.