Bradley M. Kuhn scripsit:

> Richard Fontana pointed out in his OSCON talk that license choosers
> generally make political statements about views of licenses.  He used
> the GitHub chooser as an example, which subtly pushes people toward
> permissive licenses.

Surely he jests. *blatantly* pushes people toward
the MIT license.

I don't believe, however, that my chooser <>
has any such biases.  Certainly I myself have no skin in the
permissive/GPL game, though I am against non-GPL non-permissive licenses
because they create islands in the overall software commons.  The GPL
commons, like Australia, is too big to be called an island.

Principles.  You can't say A is         John Cowan <>
made of B or vice versa.  All mass
is interaction.  --Richard Feynman
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