New OSL for "official Intelligence"
David A Smith
packetspike at gmail.com
Mon Apr 18 01:56:24 UTC 2011
Thank you for the fast responses.
I do have a mission statement and a set of goals that I wish to achieve, I
will send you the summary and white paper in the next few days.
As for a custom OSL I think that the standard formats that have been created
to cover myself and others that wish to get involved for their own
aspirations and life goals I am game to accept and use those so we can keep
it simple to start - I have a feeling that I may be into some custome stuff
down the road, and the road is long.
I will send along the project and pattern-plan I want to follow for this
David A, Smith
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From: John Cowan [mailto:cowan at ccil.org] On Behalf Of John Cowan
Sent: April-16-11 1:24 PM
To: Bruce Perens
Cc: license-review at opensource.org
Subject: Re: New OSL for "official Intelligence"
Bruce Perens scripsit:
> There have been epic failures caused by copyright assignment
> policies, notably "OpenOffice", which didn't get the developers it
> should have,
I think there were other reasons for that; the copyright assignment policy
and other licensing troubles were just the cherry on top.
There are three kinds of people in the world: John Cowan
those who can count, cowan at ccil.org
and those who can't.
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