On 08/15/2016 11:03 AM, Jason L Tibbitts III wrote:
In ome of the code I have written I've included the following
Authorship and License
All of this code was originally written by Jason Tibbitts
<tibbs(a)math.uh.edu> and has been donated to the public domain. If you
require a statement of license, please consider this work to be licensed
as "CC0 Universal", any version you choose.
Obviously I really don't want to be concerned with copyright issues on
this code. Could someone comment on whether this is a reasonable way to
accomplish that, and if it is, which License: tag Fedora would use for
this code? I have always understood the point behind CC0, but until
recently I hadn't actually read it and was saddened to find that it took
so much boilerplate just to say I want to release copyright.
IANAL, but that looks appropriate to me. I might s/donated to/placed in/
but that's just me.