So, someone took my repl and published it as an npm package...
I would like to apologize to all of the repl.it community for my actions. Yes, I did publish the packages, but I would like to say that I had no bad intentions. I wanted to make @programmeruser 's package easy-to-use, and I now regret giving you no credit. I want to personally apologize, as I wanted no conflict, and in fact only wanted to help anyone wishing to make a bot using the repl blog chat bot code you provided. I hope you understand what I was trying to do, and I again apologize to the community. The last thing I want to do is steal someone else's code as my own, and I am not really an expert in licensing, so once more, I apologize to all of you, and especially to you, @programmeruser . Thank you all for taking the time to read this and understand.
Well based on how they cross-changed licenses, im not sure if thats legal. But ISC license is almost the same as the MIT license.
Report Malware and write away.
MIT does not protect against this.
Getting a valid copyright license would be the best way to do this, but now it might be too late (https://blogs.findlaw.com/law_and_life/2018/10/when-is-it-too-late-to-file-for-a-copyright-or-patent.html - maybe not tho).
oOF, that doesn't sound good (the last article link I posted).