1. Exquisite Tweets from @meyerweb, @slightlylate, @dalmaer, @ppk, @kevinmarks

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  2. @meyerweb Could you please give it a real license? Even the CC Public Domain Dedication would be better.

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    Alex Russell

  3. @slightlylate I'm not interested in arguing about licenses. Bottom line: it's public domain, always has been, and will continue to be.

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    Eric Meyer

  4. @meyerweb I don't want an argument, I want a license. *Any* license. You're not the govt, so you can't just say "it's in the public domain"

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    Alex Russell

  5. @slightlylate You've got one. Take it or leave it. Oh wait—it's in the public domain, so you can take it and do whatever you like. Enjoy.

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    Eric Meyer

  6. @meyerweb @slightlylate The issue is that public domain in the US doesn't really protect. Why r u opposed to slapping on something real?

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    Dion Almaer

  7. @meyerweb *sigh*. I'm really happy you won't sue me, but I can't use this in projects now. Nor can any OSS project worth its salt.

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    Alex Russell

  8. @slightlylate If the lack of license is a problem, why don't you pretend you wrote it? // cc @meyerweb @dalmaer

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    ppk 🇪🇺

  9. @dalmaer Because a public domain declaration is exactly what I wish to express.

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    Eric Meyer

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    Kevin Marks

  11. @kevinmarks Sorry, it is what it is. You, Alex, and Dion can continue tut-tutting over my personal preferences if you like, of course.

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    Eric Meyer

  12. @meyerweb I'm not tut-tutting, I'm trying to help. creativecommons.org/about/cc0 is how you waive rights. Syaing 'this is PD' isn't

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    Kevin Marks

  13. @kevinmarks I've been through this many times before and I'm really tired of it. PD is what I want to say, and I've said it.

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    Eric Meyer