Friday, October 13, 2023

Syntax-rules Primer

I recently had an inquiry about the copyright status of my JRM’s Syntax Rules Primer for the Merely Eccentric. I don’t want to put it into public domain as that would allow anyone to rewrite it at will and leave that title. Instead, I'd like to release it on an MIT style license: feel free to copy it and distribute it, correct any errors, but please retain the general gist of the article and the title and the authorship.


Josh Ballanco said...

Sounds like you want a Creative Commons license. They host a helpful "chooser" than walks you through all the options:

Anonymous said...

"A possible first step in the research program is 1700 doctoral theses called "A Correspondence between x and Church's λ-notation."