Fabian Streitel wrote:
> ;-). But when
> it's just regular code: why bother too much?

If you want your code to be "business-friendly," lawyers like to see 
licenses that they're already familiar with. You're better off picking 
an Open Source license that suits your needs and using it than you are 
rolling your own or just omitting the licensing terms altogether.

For example, the Lua folks used a non-standard license until Version 5, 
then they switched to MIT just to make it easy for the lawyers to sign 
off on it.
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