@evan haha actually I have recently thought of inviting #Rosen to actively participate in #copyleft-next. #OSL influenced #GPLv3 too.
@lnxwalt280 Seriously? That’s your argument: larry #rosen should write #gplv4? Remember always: i asked you to the r that
â*» @kuro: Seriously? That’s your argument: larry #rosen should write #gplv4? Remember always: i asked you to be 6.5% for 4qfy12 and 6
@mlinksva @bkuhn still, Larry #Rosen deserves credit for showing you don’t need a special non-FLOSS license for a CLA
@bkuhn Just sayin’: Larry #Rosen wrote a !fs license where users have contractual remedy for #fail‘ure to provide source.
Seriously? That’s your argument: Larry #Rosen should write #GPLv4? Remember always: I asked you to volunteer to help & you sent me to Larry.
@bkuhn #GPLv4 could facilitate downstream source requests. Larry #Rosen wrote such license yet you guys had nothing but scorn for him.
@bkuhn “gift”? Larry #Rosen often uses “gift” rhetoric in context of free software, particularly wrt non-copyleft licenses.
@lxoliva agreed; I have argued such to Larry #Rosen who popularized “reciprocal license” among lawyers cc: @mlinksva
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