On 23. 07. 22 22:24, Richard Fontana wrote:
On Sat, Jul 23, 2022 at 4:04 PM Miro Hrončok
> On 23. 07. 22 3:36, Richard Fontana wrote:
>> Feel free to ask any questions or make any comments about this!
> Hey Richard,
> if I maintain a small piece of software upstream that was licensed as CC0, what
> are Fedora's recommendation for an alternative? 0BSD?
I don't know if Fedora has an opinion on this but in a Red Hat
context, years ago I used to recommend CC0 for certain kinds of
things. These days in similar situations (Involving code, at least) I
have typically been recommending MIT No Attribution (SPDX: MIT-0)
As the name suggests, it's the MIT license but with the notice
preservation requirement removed. Very similar conceptually to
Zero-Clause BSD (SPDX: 0BSD), which I would be less inclined to
recommend primarily because I don't like the name, since it's actually
based on the ISC license. :-)