# Software Licenses
# Non-Software Licenses
# Data, media, etc.
Any open source software license or open license for media (see above) also applies to software documentation. If you use different licenses for your software and its documentation, be sure to specify that source code examples in the documentation are also licensed under the software license.
The SIL Open Font License 1.1 keeps fonts open, allowing them to be freely used in other works.
# Mixed projects
If your project contains a mix of software and other material, you can include multiple licenses, as long as you are explicit about which license applies to each part of the project. See the license notice for this site (opens new window)as an example.
- https://www.gnu.org/licenses/license-list#SoftwareLicenses (opens new window)
- https://opensource.org/licenses (opens new window)
- https://creativecommons.org/faq/#can-i-apply-a-creative-commons-license-to-software (opens new window)
- https://choosealicense.com (opens new window)
- https://opendefinition.org/od/2.1/en/ (opens new window)