No, we will not. Black Duck believes that making our data freely available to open source foundations, projects, and contributors is a great way to help foster more rapid FOSS development. Accordingly, we won’t charge such direct participants of the FOSS ecosystem for access to Ohloh data through the Ohloh API. The combination of a restriction-free copyright license such as CC-BY, and this promise, means that the FOSS world can count on Ohloh data being both free as in freedom, and free as in no-charge.
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