On Friday, 17 June 2016 at 22:15:47 UTC, ketmar wrote:
i put it under unlicense[1], as some other works of the same author is using it, and it is basically the same PD.

[1] http://unlicense.org/

Unfortunately, using unlicense is just as problematic as using public domain:


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 incompatible licenses.

I don't have any recommendations but I thought it was worth pointing out that unlicense isn't the solution here.

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