Subject: Re: A prototype License Wizard up and running
From: Russell Nelson <nelson@crynwr.com>
Date: Sun, 10 Apr 2005 16:29:17 -0400

Bruce Perens writes:
 > You can actually get this down to three licenses, with terms on 
 > derivative works classified as:

If you believe http://www.benedict.com/Digital/Software/OpenSourceWiz.aspx
then 32 licenses are needed.  Six binary attributes taken to the power
of two is 32.

It may be that some of those combinations don't make sense, and so
there may be no license that fulfills those combinations.  But still,
claiming that three licenses are sufficient, as you and Sam Greenblatt
claim, seems a bit of a stretch.

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