Would it be legit to publish on crates.io a crate built from the sources that are not distributed under any OSS-compatible license?
I'm thinking about publishing of my personal Rust project that is not going to be(at least not in the nearest time) distributed as an open-source free software. In other words I would like to keep an opportunity to selectively grant exclusive permissions to use and derive this work in the 3rd party software rather than granting such permissions to everyone through some OSS license . However I don't mind about making the sources to be publicly visible and downloadable by everyone for read-only purposes. As such I also don't mind to publish it on crates.io too.
The question is wouldn't such attempt violate the terms of the crates.io repository use? Cargo requires to link a
license-file in the project manifest, but I suppose I can simply put a copyright notice in the file.