Re: BSD Protection License
MJ Ray <email@example.com> writes:
>> How am I (mis)representing anything as being a work "from BSD"?
>> What is "BSD", anyway, as a legal entity? (AFAIK, BSD inc. no
>> longer exists.)
> I suggest that it is reasonable to expect that "BSD Protection
> License" would create the impression of being a "Protection Licence"
> originally from "BSD", just as "BSD License" is normally considered a
> "License" originally from "BSD". In that case, BSD is generally
> recognised to be the Berkeley Software Distribution, which you also
My first thought when I read "BSD Protection License", was that it
would have some connection to the usual BSD License. Since there
appears to be no such connection, it is misleading to "BSD" in the
name. Why did you choose that name?