Unfortunately, I’m not referring to a license allowing performances of the Apache dance whenever and wherever you want.
In the publishing industry, one minute step consists of fifteen technicalities that must be researched first. Example: the two fonts we’d like to use for Let Me Fall’s book cover have an Apache License. And I apparently need a law degree to determine if we’re allowed to use them.
I’m sure we’ll figure it out. It will just take a little time to sift through the contextual usage of myriad ambiguous phrases like contribution, object, and derivative works. I know I’ll get over my research vexation.
But probably not until I finish working on my copyright page.
I’m pretty sure the authors of these mind-numbingly toilsome works don’t make enough money. Or … maybe too much money.
Enough about that. What do you dread most off your to-do list?