@xantha I like this license a lot, but wouldn't 2-C be a loophole for most any company that that does some lame form of 'profit sharing'? Or maybe I am just misinterpreting this?
@xantha How does this differ from the cooperative software license?
I would love to know what lawyers think of either of them. My guess is the ACL would struggle in court, but the CSL basically prevents use by corporations at all and thus prevents widespread adoption of software.
@squeakypancakes @xantha The second clause of the ACL suggests through lack of precision that a for-profit company could, potentially, use a software but not with the same latitude a non-profit or individual user could.
I preface all of this by saying I am not a lawyer just a dork who got a very high LSAT score and never went to law school.
@squeakypancakes @xantha No form of individual consumption is going to make a dent in any of this. That isn't a cynical sense of disenfranchisement, it's a good view of the reality of entrenched power structures.
There is a reason major shifts towards egalitarianism in human society have all happened when the established power structures were weakened and fractured
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