Re: DEP licenses
On Thu, 29 May 2008, Lucas Nussbaum wrote:
> The basic requirements are: (AFAIK)
> - not copylefted, so we can include the document in another document
> - suitable for documents
> - require changing title/authorship upon changes (see above)
There's really no need to require changing the title, since official
DEP can be dealt with by just distributing them with a known site and
signing them with appropriate keys or similar, and you can handle
derivatives simply by suggesting that they change the title.
> Could you recommend one?
MIT/X11 with minor changes:
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