Re: website licensing

From: Karl Auerbach <karl_at_cavebear_dot_com>
Date: Thu May 27 2004 - 02:44:09 CDT

On Wed, 26 May 2004, Joseph Lorenzo Hall wrote:

> > 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

I only added those limitations when I selected the license in order to
engender discussion whether we want 'em.

I personally think that we do. My reasoning is this: If anybody wants to
make a derivative or commercial they can ask for permission. If they are
nice and we think they will play fair with others then we can grant it.

                --karl--
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