This is somewhat related to this question: https://answers.splunk.com/answers/551786/governance-and-licensing-for-add-on-builder-develo.html. Pinging @rpille_splunk since they gave the answer there.
Many of the Splunk-built apps (Splunk 6.x Dsashboard Examples, Splunk Custom Vizs, etc.) have the scary Splunk Software License Agreement (https://www.splunk.com/en_us/legal/splunk-software-license-agreement.html) listed on Splunkbase. If you look at the internals of these apps, some have no license or copyright listed but others will actually say that they are licensed under MIT (e.g., Timeline and Parallel Coordinates Custom Viz apps).
Following from the question linked above, is the intention that the widely distributed free apps like the Splunk 6.x Dashboards Example app should be under MIT or the new Splunk App EULA (https://www.splunk.com/en_us/legal/splunk-app-end-user-license-agreement.html) or something else?
Many of the JS files in the Splunk 6.x Dashboards Examples app have been used or referenced in other non-Splunk apps, and it would be great to have some clarity on what kind of open-source rights are on these common, free apps.