[License-review] Approval: OIN License (Open Innovation License)

Andrew Nassief kamalandrew55 at gmail.com
Sun Dec 27 17:31:07 UTC 2020

Hi, the Chinese government monitors all network packets of people's IP
included distributed software. Lots of open source software is specifically
illegal in a communist regime and one would state that likely all the OSI
and definition of OSD wouldn't pass the Chinese dissent test.

This is at goodwill. Morally restrictive is different then being legally
restrictive. Making technology that isn't intentionally built to harm
humanity to the best of your knowledge is a very low bar of moral
accountability. That is the lowest of the bar.

If people build technology for the sake of human enslavement or harm, then
eventually you will have no OSI and the definition of free software at that
point is meaningless.

Moral restrictive and personal reasoning aren't within the context of the
law and this would require OSI to further explain and expand their
definition much further in ways that allow them to be both for and against
free software.

Anyways I notice most people rather veto before hearing my license by
license analysis. I am obviously not trying to waste everybody's time and
not welcomed much by this community.

Inspiring a moral objective of ethics is a good thing that needs to be
talked about in tech. You can twist the extent of discrimination to state
that people against the distribution of free and open source software is
making OSI in violation of rule #6. Anybody can find logical fallacies for
rejection in pretty much anything.

Anyways I plan on providing the license by license analysis quite soon.
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