What is the ideal one for ?

For example if I create a python script that generates imagery in one form or another and I want to both be able to share that code for others to improve, modify or whatnot and also to be able to sell prints of the outputs, what license would one choose for the script?

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@kurbitur I tend to like permissive licenses like MIT/BSD:

tldrlegal.com/license/mit-lice
tldrlegal.com/license/bsd-2-cl

More recently, I've become fond of putting stuff in the public domain and/or using the unlicense. The philosophy vibes with me:

unlicense.org/

Generated images/content should be placed under a different license. Creative commons 0 (CC0) is the most permissive (essentially public domain):

creativecommons.org/share-your

@paul
Thank you!
So if I understand correctly I could license the script under BSD-2 but the output of the script under CC0?

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