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

Andrew Nassief kamalandrew55 at gmail.com
Sun Dec 27 18:07:49 UTC 2020

> Hi I'm not dismissing concerns about morally enforcing. The claim isn't
> legally binding. You are arguing about it being morally binding. The
> mission statement I have emphasizes personal responsibility. There is no
> central authority claiming thought or how one adheres to the mission
> statement. If one disagrees with the statement, the use a different open
> source license. Nobody is enforced to do anything. This isn't far off as
> being upset with codes of conduct that says at good faith or followed in
> spirit. What about stuff like CAL-1.0 that specifically state "for private
> purposes" in a list. Emphasis on the word "for". Again, people aren't
> enforced to use this license and their extent or responsibility is their
> extent.
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