[OSM-talk] Let's prepare to Fork OSM to a CCBYSA 2.0continuation
John F. Eldredge
john at jfeldredge.com
Sun Aug 22 14:13:39 BST 2010
My largest complaint is that, if you click "yes", you not only are agreeing to the current new license, but you are also agreeing in advance to any future license changes, without being able to know what those new license terms will be. It is the equivalent to voting someone into office as "President for life".
Subject :Re: [OSM-talk] Let's prepare to Fork OSM to a CCBYSA 2.0continuation
From :mailto:deltafoxtrot256 at gmail.com
Date :Sun Aug 22 06:27:41 America/Chicago 2010
On 22 August 2010 21:12, Robert Scott <lists at humanleg.org.uk> wrote:
> On Sunday 22 August 2010, Jenny Campbell wrote:
>> everyone else's concerns
> You are trying to make it sound like there are a huge number of people that agree with you. Perhaps you genuinely believe that. If so I think you are tremendously mistaken. It is a very vocal minority. There
You mean like the vocal minority for CTs/ODBL ?
Most won't care either way, but some people might care less if they
don't feel there is an option, at present the CTs/ODBL seem to be
forced upon us or else we won't be able to keep our edits in the
database or edit in future... who is making the ultimatum exactly?
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