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Let's hope that F-Droid accepts "my" app lol

@selea Also, CC0 allows you to change the license to anything. It is not copyleft, it is the most permissive you can get. You can do absolutely anything with it.

wow ...

public domain or creative commons zero let us redistribute in any license?

cool...

@masterofthetiger

@noorul Yes. There are no restrictions. You can modify it and license it however. That is also a problem, because people can also make it into nonfree software with a restrictive license.

well, the original work is still remain in public domain ;)

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Yeah I realized that after a while :P
But I rather keep the license I think

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