[08:35:34] <leot> Good morning to the entire Pillow community! I was going to update Pillow package in pkgsrc (the NetBSD packages collection) and I've noticed that the `Standard PIL License' is like the ISC... except (and that can be an important part): ISC says `[...] with or without fee [...]' while PIL `[...] without fee [...]'. Is it intentional?
[08:42:12] <wiredfool> god I hate licensing questions. ...
[08:42:37] <wiredfool> the actual text that I see going back is "Permission to use, copy, modify, and distribute this software and its associated documentation for any purpose and without fee is hereby granted"
[08:42:51] <wiredfool> specifically, "purpose and without fee"
[08:42:58] <wiredfool> which seems like a word was left out
[08:47:34] <wiredfool> However, going back to PIL, which was forked into pillow, we get the exact same text, so it's not mutated with time