I'm on an organization's Bylaws Committee and am using a (currently private) GitHub repository to track our proposed changes/amendments. Once the committee's work is complete, the intent is to make the repo public so other sister organizations can use it as a starting point.
I was considering including a Free/Open Source license like
CC0 to make things official, but it occurred to me that we'd like to make sure that anyone reading a modified copy of the bylaws knows these are not the official bylaws of organization X.
Is there a simple way to concretely require that any modified version either remove references to my organization, or that it be clearly indicated in some way that the content has been modified? Is there an existing FLOSS-like license that would be a better fit than
CC0? Should I even bother including a license at all?