> Isn't that like, most, if not all code?
> Software licenses are permission to use.
Most if not all publicly available code is released under a standard license. Like, GNU GPL. Or, one of the BSD licenses. Or, one of the versions of the MIT license.
Something so that you can figure out whether or not you can use it in
your project about 30 seconds, without talking to another person.
First, he releases it under the (extremely generous and flexible) MIT license. (If I'm not mistaken it's MIT/X11.)
Then, he writes "not generous enough? Contact me, I’m flexible."
This guy gets it.