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Alright you primitive screwheads, listen up!
Ok, so here's the deal.
You can take the text content of the site and do whatever you want with it. That means that all images here, which may be copyright Theo de Raadt, myself or both, are held under different terms.
Theo holds the official OpenBSD art, much of which is used here, to only be used for non-profit, pro-OpenBSD usage. Art and graphics which are devoid of Theo's ownership are dealt with under lighter terms, which are those of the site's licence, however, only those explicitly named as being covered by the terms of the site are covered that way, meaning the background images and, "Powered by," graphics are covered by Theo de Raadt's as well as Nathan Montague's terms, since both hold a part of the image's copyright de Raadt for the initial work and Montague's modifications while the OpenBSD OS-tan is covered solely by Montague's terms.
Most images provided here are copyright by OpenBSD, by Theo de Raadt, or by other members or developers of the OpenBSD group. However, it is our intent that anyone be able to use these images to represent OpenBSD in a positive light -- but do not make profit from them since our own T-shirt sales provide funding so that OpenBSD can continue to operate. So enjoy them and let the world see them, if that is your wish.Da Licence
Copyright (c) 2005 - 2017 Nathan Montague <email@example.com>So, I wash my hands of responsibility for any jokes you take seriously in the process of reading this, you can't sue me over anything that goes wrong - and if you make a copy of stuff from here, you've got to keep this credit and waiver around. In return, you get to do whatever you want with it really, you can even go printing it and handing it out in Times Square if you want.
In essence the licence above is the ISC licence with a pair of changes, substitution of software with content, since this is images and words rather than code to be compiled. I have also added the requirement that the disclaimer be maintained, since that is not explicitly stated in the OpenBSD version.