So in terms of open source materials. There are more than one providers of services, and there's the provider of the license, like the gnu team, the apache team, berkeley, etc.
I'm still working on the solution, but its more likely using more idioms.
But this doesn't mean that the open source license is harder to comprehend than the proprietary ones. It's just because the license you get, is not just the license to do one or two things, but also licenses to tink and convey. Which is great, isn't it?
The strange thing is, proprietary licenses are hefty, bulky, and so all over the places even when they're just trying to licensing us to do one or two straight forward stuffs.
Open source licenses could be much more easier to read and appeared to have more flexibility.