I’m sorry if this is posted in the wrong location.
Well I noticed some project that I feel is going in the worse direction. - So I wish to fork it and move it in a direction that I feel is more beneficial.
However I then notice there is a license that basically says: “You cannot fork this project, and any code submitted is explicitly owned by me”. This seems to be against the open source culture of github, it also reduces the chance on a fork as the original creator strongly dislikes my suggestion.
So is such a license even allowed in public repositories?
If it is I’d just have to rewrite everything at some point - Not something I’d like to do as the codebase isn’t trivial.