Re: website licensing

From: David Mertz <voting-project_at_gnosis_dot_cx>
Date: Thu May 27 2004 - 13:59:36 CDT

On May 27, 2004, at 2:51 PM, Joseph Lorenzo Hall wrote:
>> Thanks Joe, for your input. How, specifically, would you change the
>> blurb attached to the mailing list archive (click to it via the
>> EVM2003 page if you haven't bookmarked the URL). Each archived post
>> has a new footer, but I could change the wording either proactively
>> or retroactively to reflect your suggestion.
> &copy; Released to the <a
> href="">Public
> Domain</a> by The EVM Crew

Posts are not in HTML, so adding just a little HTML fragment seems
weird. Are you maybe thinking about the EVM2003 web pages, not the
list archive?

I could stick in the CC URL as text, of course. I'm more curious about
what you think adding the URL actually adds to the release. I like the
Creative Commons project too... but does the URL do anything other than
say "yeah, we like the CC project"? If not, that seems like a side
issue that there's no point going into. The phrase "Public Domain" has
a known meaning, not one invented by CC.
= The content of this message, with the exception of any external
= quotations under fair use, are released to the Public Domain
Received on Mon May 31 23:18:09 2004

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