I am not a fan of Java, although I do think that it should have its advantages, because all what Sun Microsystems supported was first class. Java is omnipresent, the demand is big since 20 years. DoPerhaps the only thing I would avoid is proprietary / non-free tools like (Unity, Flash) or those backed by big companies (.NET, Java) because once the company goes kaput, the tools always die too. Even if they are "free", they are often too large for communities to adopt or the licenses too restrictive for another company to take forward.
you really believe there is that risk?!
When one inspects a suftware, it is nice to read BSD, MIT, GNU, etc for not having to carefully readI am working on a new license based on BSD 3 Clause and BSD 2 Clause,
all details. There are a lot of equivalent licences, many take into account laws in the U.S.A., but
each country has different laws. Do you really need there is a need for more "wordings" of the same
From all licences, I like MIT (wording) most: it is clearly an exchange, not a (unilateral) disclaimer.