Chris Nandor <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

> That's just silly.  None of those issues were around when the BSD and
> MIT licenses were penned.  They are very simple licenses that most any
> reasonable person could have written.

I think it's pretty obvious from the wording of both of those licenses
that they were written by lawyers given initial instructions on what the
licenses should say.

> None of them could cite chapter and verse what the issues are that you
> are referring to, because those issues were not around back then.

Neither of those licenses are trying to do anything nearly as complex as
the AL is.

Russ Allbery ([EMAIL PROTECTED])             <>

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