WTFPL LicensePosted: August 29, 2012
Well, it’s a very interesting position to be in. I have been producing a lot of “sample” code over the past few months, and the license to that code has been ambiguous. Such ambiguity is ok for some, and not for others. So, I finally decided to slap a license on my code, starting with the LAPHLibs. I’ve chosen the most liberal of all licenses, the WTFPL.
As the license implies, you can do whatever you want with the code. No restrictions on attribution, no warranty clause, etc.
I hope this makes it easier for people to freely take and learn from the code in whatever ways they deem necessary.