Omar Kaminski wrote:
Cite-me por favor uma licença nativa brasileira que seja compatível com a GNU-GPL. Por favor. Ficaria muito feliz em saber se existe alguma.


Omar,

Eu sei que suas intenções são boas, mas por que é que você insiste em uma "licença nativa brasileira"?

Este me parece um caso clássico de "Not Invented Here Syndrome"...

"Not invented here syndrome (NIHS) is a slightly tongue-in-cheek name for the tendency of both individual developers and entire organizations to reject suitable external solutions (...) in favor of internally developed solutions.

Closely related to the "let's re-invent the wheel" syndrome, NIHS can be seen in intensities ranging from a mild reluctance to accept new ideas all the way up to a raging software xenophobia.

NIHS can be defined as a situation where an external solution is rejected only because it was not internally developed - in other words, there are no other factors that dictate an internally developed solution would be superior. [Source: Developer.com]

Not invented here also refers to industries outside of computer programming, where organizations reject research or knowledge in favor of internally-developed solutions."

http://www.webopedia.com/TERM/N/not_invented_here_syndrome.html

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