I created a website on Glitch.com that’s supposed to be a work of fiction. It’s a website built by a fictional character and it has a README.md file where the character is talking to the website’s audience. It’s an experiment.
Glitch has a way to easily add a license to any project, so I added the MIT License. I chose to add a license as sort of a best practice that I thought was good to include and promote. The license lists who the copyright should be attributed to, and this is where my issue is. Should I interrupt the illusion of the fiction/character my putting my name for the copyright attribution, since I’m the actual creator of both, or should I put the character’s name for the attribution and maintain the illusion? I was leaning towards the latter, but thought that it could set a bad precedent that licenses and attribution info don’t need to be taken too seriously.
Anyone have any thoughts or experience with this sort of thing?