Anyways if I can basically use these libraries as I would my own code is there anything else that I should know to look at? Anyways to whoever took the time to read this thank you, and to whoever responds: you are a saint.
Thanks for your reply... though it does leave me wondering what it is i cant due under the MIT license lol. I'm glad to know that all the work I've done today has not been a waste, so ya thanks again. I think all I'm required to do is put a copy of their disclaimer in the source code where its being used. My employer is selling an end service that uses the code, so its good to know I'm not going to get him sued down the road.
You wouldn't happen to know if I can get sued for using GPL in an end service and bypassing the distribution clause because the source itself isn't public... or do I have to make it public. I'm not planning on using anything GPL, but it would be good to know.
i don't know. there are several flavors, and i'm not a lawyer.
personally, i wouldn't worry about it if the source code is not publicly viewable: how would anyone ever know they got "ripped off" by you?
To be responsible, I would recommend consulting a legal professional if in doubt.