The idea of a "radical software license" is self-contradictory. Adding clauses to a standard license to make sure only people you like use it is implicitly threatening to use the legal system, and all that comes with that, against people you don't like. Radicals use FOSS licenses to defend themselves from the enforcement of intellectual property, not to gleefully reinforce those norms.

It's also just a dumb idea.

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