Re: website licensing

From: Joseph Lorenzo Hall <jhall_at_sims_dot_berkeley_dot_edu>
Date: Wed May 26 2004 - 19:37:45 CDT

> I'd recommend http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/ instead
> for both. But any CC license you put on the website content is
> fine, really.

I'd recommend the same... there's no real reason (I believe) to
restrict use further by stipulating no derivative works or commercial
use. However, as was suggested a while back, if the email archives
are indeed public domain, you might want to include a link to

http://creativecommons.org/licenses/publicdomain/

in the appropriate area.

I've got an email about the larger licensing issues in the works that
I hope to send out tomorrow... I'd like to start a thread that reaches
some closure on what the software (and any non-COTS hardware) will be
licensed under (Arthur, please fill me in at that point on what has
already been decided).

Joe
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