There is no “my” in open source
Nadia Eghbal

This is something I also believe, but because the law is not (anymore, it was before) set up this way, I had until recently a “blanket licence” that took all my not-explicitly-licenced code and publications and put them in the Public Domain.

(I say “until recently” because I revoked it earlier this month. Not because I don’t feel that way anymore, but because I was doubtful of the legalities and I preferred to manage licencing myself, and to retain automatic attribution rights for my content.)

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