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Saturday, March 19, 2005



An interesting take on the 'problem' of the proliferation of OSS licenses. It isn't terribly groundbreaking as things like the Mozilla Public License already includes text in it's template a block allowing alternate licenses to be given as an option.

But the idea of heirarchical meta-licenses seems intriguing.

NewsForge | Metalicensing

I can't tell. Does the above constitute comment spam? It isn't href'd, and it only points to another blog. Strange.
It sure looks like spam to me. According to the site owner, someone is going around spamming his link.
So this would be a blog-spam joejob. *g*

Not anything that should be chonqed. I don't think I'll bother deleting it either, so people will know what I'm talking about.

Now, I do wish I could remove the REL=nofollow on links I approve in my comments. Oh well.
I wish there was some way of approving links too, but that would just be another step that most bloggers probably wouldn't care about doing.

When my blog gets spammed I leave it, but I am trying to attract spammers. If this was real spam it would be best to clean it. Spammers search for other spam to find good places to hit. They know if other spam survied long enough to get indexed by Google theirs probably will too. But I don't think that will be a problem with this one.
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Oops. Stupid blogger error and browser cache convinced me my post didn't work.
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Freaking comment spammers. Shouldn't blogger include CAPTCHA for this? Sigh!
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