On Friday, 17 June 2016 at 22:15:47 UTC, ketmar wrote:
i put it under unlicense, as some other works of the same
author is using it, and it is basically the same PD.
Unfortunately, using unlicense is just as problematic as using
The next best thing is the CC0 license (Creative Commons Zero)
which is better written than unlicense but it's currently not
recommended for software / source code.
After that, the most-open licenses with good legal standing would
be Boost and MIT but then you run into the same issues again with
I don't have any recommendations but I thought it was worth
pointing out that unlicense isn't the solution here.