"The Internet turns open-source licensing on its head. Copyleft
is neither copyright nor copyleft anymore in the
web world. It's just copy, because distribution of a service over
the Internet doesn't count as distribution in the archaic licensing
language that plagues most open-source licenses.
"It's a problem that the Free Software Foundation chose to
ignore, and then beat on Tim O'Reilly to atone for its own failing.
Tim, for his part, thinks that the open-source world is missing the
boat, which is chugging along unmindful of antiquated things like
software licenses when the real value is in data-centric
applications whose value lies in network effects (architecture of