Licensing & Distribution Rights

The entirety of the project you're viewing and using is made available for public use under an open-source license. The contents, the source code of the website, the analytics (WIP) are all publicly accessible and available for public scrutiny.

In other words, you're free to view, use, modify everything and anything related to this project for your personal benefits as long as you adhere to the terms and conditions of the open-source licenses. Hence this page details the brief terms and conditions you'll have to be aware of before/while consuming the contents of the project.

Usage & Distribution Rights of Source Code

The source code of the website which is accessble on this public GitHub repository is licensed under the MIT license. You can read more about the license in its LICENSE document.

In brief the licensing terms and conditions states;

  1. You can fork the repository, modify its contents for your personal requirements be it commercial or non-commercial.
  2. Take inspiration from the source code to build your own personal website after customising the source code of the website.
  3. Contribute, report and/or fix bugs you found in the project.
  4. Use the source code for commercial purposes by providing due credits to the stakeholders.

Usage and Distribution Rights of the Literature

The website contains some write-ups (or "blogs") which I personally publish of my own accord. Hence as is with everything I work on, the blogs in question are made available in the public domain licensed under the CC-BY-4.0 license as well. And as per the terms and conditions of the said license, you're entitled to;

  1. To use and read the contents of the blogs free of cost.
  2. Distribute or use the contents as a source of reference for your commercial or non-commercial needs.
  3. Modify the contents, rephrase or fix the contents based on correct interpretations and facts if you find any.