overall it is going to be a positive change for the community.
When I originally created yt in the Summer of 2006 (then called Raven) I placed
-it under the then-new GPLv3 license. This license brought with it an ide
+it under the then-new GPLv3 license. This license brought with it an idelogy
that I support -- free (as in freedom) and open source software, and attempts
to ensure that the spread of software spreads those freedoms as well. This is
done through terms of licensing; while there are several subtleties to how this