Recall: We present an operad (with $S_n$-action) in $R-Mod$ for any commutative ring $R$ not of characteristic 2 generated by a single element in degree $2$ satisfying the following identities:

- $\theta+\theta\tau=0$
- $\theta(1,\theta)+\theta(1,\theta)\sigma + \theta(1,\theta)\sigma^2$.

where $\tau$ and $\sigma$ are 2-cycles and 3-cycles respectively.

However, in characteristic $2$, this fails to characterize Lie algebras in the obvious way, since the first equation says that $\theta$ is skew-symmetric (and hence symmetric in characteristic 2).

The proper axiom to include is that $[x,x]=0$, i.e. that $[-,-]$ is alternating rather than skew-symmetric. Can we present this relation operadically? It seems like on the face of it, we can't, but I'd be happy to be surprised.