[License-discuss] Certifying MIT-0
rfontana at redhat.com
Thu Apr 23 02:12:08 UTC 2020
There was a thread on license-review about MIT-0 in December, beginning here:
It was never submitted for approval, but apparently it was
inadvertently listed as OSI-approved on the SPDX license list, which
has since been corrected.
On Wed, Apr 22, 2020 at 9:48 PM Tobie Langel <tobie at unlockopen.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> The MIT-0 license is an MIT license with the attribution clause removed. It has notably been used to license example and scaffolding code.
> It doesn’t look that it has been approved by the OSI. I couldn’t find it on the licenses page.
> I imagine that is has been discussed on license-review@ already, unfortunately I couldn’t find a way to search the archives either. A pointer would be very much appreciated.
> If this license hasn’t been rejected in the past, would there be a chance for it to be accepted? It seems like it meets the OSD and fulfills a need that’s hard to meet otherwise.
> If so, could I bring it to license-review@ myself given I’m neither a lawyer nor the author of the license?
> Thanks all for your help,
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