On Sun, May 26, 2019 at 6:35 AM Richard W.M. Jones <rjones(a)redhat.com> wrote:
Yes yes I know the public domain isn't a license :-)
Say that we want to write some software (code examples to go along
with our LGPLv2+ library), and we want to basically give these
examples away as much as possible without any strings attached for any
use whatsoever (because the examples encourage people to adopt our
library), and we also want to include these examples in a Fedora
package, is there a preferred form of wording that we can put into the
example files to express this?
Take a look at CC0. The intent of that license is to make a public
domain declaration in jurisdictions where doing so makes sense, and to
give the effect of a public domain declaration in jurisdictions where
it does not:
The FAQ linked from that page contains some boilerplate text you can
use in your files.