website licensing

From: Joseph Lorenzo Hall <jhall_at_sims_dot_berkeley_dot_edu>
Date: Thu May 27 2004 - 15:04:27 CDT

(I screwed up and forgot to send this to the list)

> > The URL, if followed allows people to understand what releasing
> > into the public domain means. The text on that CC page is a
> > human-readable form of a public domain dedication.
>
> Sure... but so does, e.g.
> <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Public_domain>. In fact, in many ways,
> I like the more extensive discussion at Wikipedia even better. And
> I'm just *love* Wikipedia in general, now... it's amazing how well
> anarchy works.

That's a great discussion (and a shorter URL!)... whatever works... if
code ever get's posted to the list, we might want to change that
blurb.

Joe
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