IrascibleOne wrote:I know a few of us have already voiced our opinion on the matter, but I'll just throw out a bunch of licensing options to cover our bases.
- We could use a Creative Commons license. Easy to make the terms, easy for people to understand, and it is a well known organization. Probably the easiest choice.
- There are plenty of licenses to choose from at the open source initiative. If you're like me, you aren't terribly familiar with the details on any of these, so we'd have to go through them to figure out what has what we want.
- We could always roll our own and make our own terms. This isn't difficult to do, but we would have to explain exactly what people can and cannot do and make sure we are all on the same page about it.
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