It looks like the guy makes exceptions anyway: > Douglas: That's an interesting point. Also about once a year, I get a > letter from a lawyer, every year a different lawyer, at a company--I don't > want to embarrass the company by saying their name, so I'll just say their > initials--IBM... > > [laughter] > > ...saying that they want to use something I wrote. Because I put this on > everything I write, now. They want to use something that I wrote in > something that they wrote, and they were pretty sure they weren't going to > use it for evil, but they couldn't say for sure about their customers. So > could I give them a special license for that? > > Of course. So I wrote back--this happened literally two weeks ago--"I give > permission for IBM, its customers, partners, and minions, to use JSLint for > evil."
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