I am not a lawyer. Take what you read here with a grain of salt.
One of my perpetual concerns as a FLOSS
developer is copyright and so-called
licensing. Traditional copyright was muddy enough before
the advent of our digital, globalized era, so it's no surprise that the status of European- or
USA-centric free software licenses in other jurisdictions is uncertain at best. Also, even the
simplest of such licenses tend to include rather redundant yet ambiguous legalese of which I'm not
The following template was stitched together based on my understanding of Argentine law, to unequivocally grant as many rights as possible while requiring that attribution and the tentative disclaimer be preserved.
Copyright <YYYY> <NAME(S)> Permission to use, copy, adapt, modify, and distribute this work without limitation is hereby granted, provided that the above copyright notice, this paragraph, and the following disclaimer are included in all copies. THIS WORK IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT ANY WARRANTIES.