I have built my professional career on knowledge gained through self-study and other non-standard methods of education: to learn HTML and CSS by reading W3C specs, examining source code, and trial-and-error. I owe any success (and blame my failures) on those who have come before me. As such, I want to make my work as open as possible, and keep free and open code available on the Internet.
That said, being an egomaniacal prick I like to get credit for what I have a hand (albeit tacit) in creating, and would hate for anyone to be able to take credit for my own work after giving it only minor tweaks. As such, I offer all work on this site with the following license.
I offer all computer code under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license. This allows other developers to make use of the code, change it as necessary, and include it in commercial or non-commercial works, provided they
- Credit my work and, if applicable, those other from whom my work derived, and
- Offer their changes of the code under a sharealike license as well.
Words, art and other assets
Verbatim copies of all written works on this site, as well as art assets, images, and other compiled content excluding fonts are copyright of the author with all rights reserved unless marked otherwise.
My hope is that explicitly stating these licenses will both encourage others to learn and improve their skills, while at the same time protect me from being abused by those wishing to make a buck off of my ideas.
Questions, comments and smart remarks are always welcome.
The Arida font is used under an extended license by Design Cuts. Roboto Mono is licensed under the Apache 2.0 license. Work Sans is Copyright 2019 The Work Sans Project Authors, licensed under the SIL Open Font License 1.1.
Swim, Bike & Run icons are copyright Adrien Coquet at the Noun Project, used under a Creative Commons CC-BY license.