Open source code with no license... can I fork it?

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    This question could belong on meta softwareengineering. But you really should read what the comment on your answer says. It says there is no ADDED value. Answering a question with no new information, basically rewriting answers that are 5 years old is not a good idea. And you are wrong stating that there cannot be a better answer. There already is and have been for 5 years.
    – Bent
    Jan 29 '18 at 11:06
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    Possible duplicate of What's the etiquette for repeat answers?
    – gnat
    Jan 29 '18 at 11:29

Your answer has value. It just adds no value to the question over the existing answers, especially the top voted and accepted answer that provides a good explanation or the one that cites the Github Terms of Service. It was also posted 5 years later, where the situation hasn't changed and all of the answers are still correct.

New answers to a question should include new information, not a repeat of existing information.

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