> I recently stumbled upon your website, it is very inspiring to read.
> If I can offer a bit of constructive criticism, it seems you have most
> content on your website licensed under this license at .
> For the article at , I got reminded of ambrevar's amazing blog
> article at , which is licensed under the license at .
> Since I assume one of you has been inspired by the other, one of you
> both might want to change licenses for that specific blog post, as your
> version prohibits commercial purposes, whereas ambrevar's prohibits such
Ah ! That's not my only source of inspiration but indeed it was inspired
by this blogpost and others. I am no license experts, but you might be
right — at least by quickly reading the two license.
That said, I am not fully sure if there is any problem because my
blogpost is not a modification of his, it's written by me, inspired by
his and other.
In any case, it make me wonder why I choose cc by-nc-sa and not by-sa… I
don't see reason, so I am probably gonna switch my CC license to the
same as ambrevar anyway 😛.
> Apologies for the noise in case I got it the wrong way around, and keep
> up the writing :-).
No worries ;) Most of the time, noise is better than silence :D
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