Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 22nd May 2008 20:54 UTC
GNU, GPL, Open Source More often than not, the question arises on OSNews why certain projects or pieces of abandonware aren't released as open source software. Supposedly, this would speed up development, facilitate the growth of a community, all that jazz associated with open source development. Here are four projects I'd like to see released under a MIT license.
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Comment by kwag
by kwag on Fri 23rd May 2008 06:22 UTC
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Haiku license is already an "MIT" license.

"We generally only accept contributions governed by a free license (cf. the FSF's definition of free software), ideally Haiku's license (also known as MIT license)."


Edited 2008-05-23 06:23 UTC

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