>>>>> "Alan" == Alan  <a...@clueserver.org> writes:

Alan> The Apache 2.0 license is about the best fit for what you want. It is
Alan> what most of Android is licensed under.

I'd actually suggest Artistic 2, simply because it can reduce
marketplace confusion when someone else starts releasing a modification
of your software.  As in, since Perl is under Artistic 2, you can't take
Perl, make an incompatible version, and still release it as "Perl".  And
the Perl Foundation had a team of lawyers to make it pretty damn tight.

https://opensource.org/licenses/Artistic-2.0

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