I share small snippets of code with friends, and would like to post them online for others to use.
I'm not sure of the best license?
I was thinking MIT, but it includes this clause:
The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software.
These code snippets are not very big, not enough to justify adding an entire license screen. And there is no "read me" or "license" text file distributed along with a mobile app.
I'm not going to change the user interface of my app, just so I can turn three lines of ugly code into one line of clean code.
Is there an open source license that does not require the license to be bundled with binary copies of the app?
Or perhaps I should use MIT and delete that one clause?