What kind of licensing does todo app fall under?

Short question: Meteor itself falls under MIT licensing, but what about the todo app? I find myself using a lot of the code there as boilerplate. Does the todo app fall under MIT licensing as well?


Based on the licence file on the related repository, I would say that the Todo example is under MIT licensing as well, as any other public repository available under the meteor organization, because they share the same licencing.

See the file here.

Moreover, the Todo app is a concrete example of how things should be handled when it comes to Meteor project. If you have an application on Meteor, it is more than likely that you will be using these pattern, thus probably using code already written in this example by other developers.
As the Todo app as it is is not commercial material anyway, I think it’s safe to say you can use its code as boilerplate without worry :slightly_smiling_face:

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