What I really want to know here is why the people who are doing this have chosen a CC license instead of one generally recommended for software, so my goal is to find interesting places to go see why.
Also I'm mostly interested in the main license suite (BY, BY-SA, etc.) rather than CC0, but all answers welcome.
FWIW, I spent most of yesterday the sort of tired that usually accompanies a cold but without the sniffles, and today I feel maybe slightly tired but basically fine.
No evidence of any good pedal effects but I haven't tried to practice singing yet today either.
Dose 2! I really hope the distortion effects kick in before the electric violin I'm waiting for gets here.
Dire Straits, "Money For Nothing"... on barrel organ.
Just go with me on this one.
I started to make an image but decided it wasn't funny. Then I opened the graphics editor for something else and saw it again, and liked it more. So now it has to inhabit your brain too.
Happy Saturday. Please enjoy these tiny fawns bouncing around the backyard.
Awesome news! I received a CAREER award from NSF
to support new work to understand the relationship between community lifecycles and governance in a range of digital public goods. I'm excited, grateful, daunted, and grateful. Here's my department's writeup: https://com.uw.edu/post/benjamin-mako-hill-receives-nsf-career-award/
(also I am trying to be brave enough to sing in non-choir settings :-P)
"Come to me, Grief, for ever" by William Byrd. Meant for voice and viols, but I didn't have any viols, so I used bassoons. (I know, I could have played modern strings, but Renaissance music on bassoons is great.) Recorded for last Saturday's Opus Project.
my name is Cow
and wen its gray
or wen the fog
sits on the way
befor the hoomans
get too far -
i blok the rode.
i lik the car.
Lawyer who tries to wield the light side of the Force; classical bassoonist & violist; fan of terrible jokes. (Old hats: WMF, CC, FSF.) Somewhere north of SF.
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