My name is Daniel Perelman, and this is my blog about Linux and programming. For a little more about me and this blog, see my first blog post.
As this blog post explains, the name of this blog comes
from the man page of GNU
A weird imagination is most useful to gain full advantage of all the features.
Copyright and licensing
The intention of content on this blog is to be useful to people. Due to the nature of copyright law, all of the content of this blog, unless otherwise noted (for example, comments), is copyright Daniel Perelman. While using the information contained in these blog posts, including copying code snippets off a website likely qualifies as fair use, IANAL. Therefore, in order to formalize that, I explicitly grant rights to the content of this blog under the following licenses:
- All of my blog posts are licensed under the
Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License license.
Do note that
NonCommercialincludes forbidding use on websites that have advertisements.
- Additionally, any code snippets in blog post are licensed under the
Apache License, Version 2.0, which allows for commercial
use. Be aware that any code linked to off-site should have
LICENSEfile and I frequently license longer works with a copyleft license like GPLv3 or AGPLv3.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or requests to use this content under a different license.
Microsoft's lawyers request that I clarify that while I am an employee of Microsoft, this is my own personal website with no association to Microsoft.