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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Choosing a license depends on what you want to do and what you want to control. You haven't said anything about that.

    My goal for my publicly available code is that people can use it. Putting "under the same terms as Perl itself" seems to accomplish that goal, and I don't think about it any further.

    Some people like to go on and on about licenses, but I tend to think it's mostly just shifting the bits around with providing any more real benefit to the world. I just want people to be able to use my code. I'm n
    • Right.

      My primary goal is to make a contribution. That means that I want people to be able to use, learn from, contribute to, and improve on my code.

      That said, I'm not particularly happy on giving somebody the right to license my code under terms I haven't even read because they don't exist yet.