I wish that everyone can use all my articles on this blog. I wish that the articles can be reused, transformed, and mixed, even for commercial purposes. Therefore, I applied the CC BY license to all my articles on this blog. I am also using quotes from other websites: I can not and have not applied CC BY license to these quotes.
This is a more formal CC notice.
Except where otherwise stated, the articles on this website were written by Dalibor Pavlik and they are licensed under the CC BY license.
However, CC licenses are not used for software. Other licenses are used for software, and I have chosen the MIT license. The template of this website is licensed under the MIT license.
And how can the user of this template meet the conditions of the MIT license?
Keeping the mit-license.txt file in the root directory is sufficient. The file should not be deleted.
INSTRUCTIONS TO USE
I have applied very permissive licenses to both the articles and the template and, therefore, anyone is allowed to download this website and use it on his own/her domain. In other words, anyone can legally upload this website to many different domains.
The static pages of this website can be downloaded by clicking the link below.
If you decide to work with the content of this website, it is better to work directly with the How to create Pandita Jekyll project. You can download it on my Github.
To download the How to create Pandita Jekyll project click the green button