On Thu, 2003-05-08 at 13:37, why the lucky stiff wrote:

> I'm offering Syck under two licenses, which you can choose from.  
> 
> The first is a standard BSD license.  No restrictions on modifying, copying, 
> publishing, etc. but please include the copyright sort of thing.
> 
> The second is a "Death and Repudiation" license, which restricts ANY use of 
> the library (even perfectly legitimate and non-commercial uses) until after 
> one's death.  This means that if you accept this license, you agree to code 
> against Syck blindly and provide your children with the means to compile and 
> distribute your software.  The "Repudation" part of license indicates that 
> even after your death, I will unexpectedly revoke this license and sue your 
> heirs.
> 
> Full texts for these two flavors of licensing shall be available in the next 
> release.  Thank you for your inquiry.

I'm curious.   I don't see the second license listed at
http://www.opensource.org/licenses.  Have you submitted to OSI for
certification?

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