In 2005, Alexander Genaud created a Poetic License based on the MIT license. It consisted of 2 Limericks which attempted to distill the already meager license jargon into a fun, simple, and tiny text.
(c) 2005 Alexander E Genaud This work ‘as-is’ we provide. No warranty express or implied. We’ve done our best, to debug and test. Liability for damages denied. Permission is granted hereby, to copy, share, and modify. Use as is fit, free or for profit. These rights, on this notice, rely.
Later on I found this cute alteration, and decided that the wording did not afford as much protection as it possibly could have. I submitted an update request but was denied because I broke the rules of Limerick prose.
Fast forward a year and I decided to try again. I would like to know if this time I have successfully created a proper Limerick. Suggestions and improvements are also welcome.
(c) 2011 Company Name Permission is granted hereby, to copy, share, and modify. To use as is fit, free or for profit. These rights, on this notice, rely. This work ‘as-is’ we provide. No warranty express or implied. Denied is our liability, for damage, tort, or responsibility. Therefore all claims are defied.
I also need someone to add the correct tags to this post since I can't.