I understand that this may be a boring topic to many, but given the problems a site like StackOverflow had in the past, it may be worth considering this question.
What is the license for code posted on Clojureverse?
By default the poster will have the copyright to their contribution (at least if it is significant). No one else may use it at all.
StackOverflow chose the creative commons license CC-BY-SA which is a copyleft license. That means that no one can use code from SO for a closed-source product. (Yes, not many people are aware of that).
Do people share significant amount of code on Clojureverse at all? What does the community think should be allowed with that code?