Goodbye DMCA and Github

Microsoft and Apple collaborators are still making premiums through the warehouse. For this reason they have turned off warehouses that do not comply with some DMCA policies. Guys, even when we try to delete the stores, it’s failing. We can not do anything.

It is clear from DMCA that this is a ridiculous policy. It was frustrating for us to let such things happen in Github. That’s why I carry all my stores.

Fucking goodbye to the DC and other policies. 🙂

The Do What The Fuck You Want To Public License

The Do What The Fuck You Want To Public License (WTFPL) is a free software license.

There is a long ongoing battle between GPL zealots and BSD fanatics, about which license type is the most free of the two. In fact, both license types have unacceptable obnoxious clauses (such as reproducing a huge disclaimer that is written in all caps) that severely restrain our freedoms. The WTFPL can solve this problem.

When analysing whether a license is free or not, you usually check that it allows free usage, modification and redistribution. Then you check that the additional restrictions do not impair fundamental freedoms. The WTFPL renders this task trivial: it allows everything and has no additional restrictions. How could life be easier? You just DO WHAT THE FUCK YOU WANT TO.

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