> Never never never do this
> In many countries 'public domain' does not imply 'no liability'. It means
> 'you can do what you like with this code, if it breaks you can sue me'. Not
Ah, thank you. I had not considered that aspect. Can you suggest
something alternate? I just thoght PD was appropriate for minor fixes
that nobody cares about the intellectual property value of except to
the degree that I don't want to assign the damn thing to some other
company who could then in theory go and sue me over my own code.
-- -Colin "The law is an ass in need of an enema."
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