I think he meant X11 (the new, problematic one) does not equals MIT or 2-clause BSD anymore; "MIT/X11" seems to imply that. I agree. MIT/X would be ok, as in "the MIT version of the X system license" ugh. MIT is better (and shorter).I think we need to start saying just "MIT" or "MIT/old X11"; we can't really say "MIT/X11" any more.Eh? Why can't we? What's the "new" MIT/X11 license?
-- regards, Massa