[cc-community] Re: cc logo on a cd
philip at lunique.de
Sat Dec 18 21:42:16 EST 2004
Am 18.12.2004 21:29 schrieb Mike Linksvayer:
> Philip Steffan wrote:
>> There used to be a version of the "noncommercial" sign with a Euro
>> symbol instead of the Dollar symbol, used in European versions of the
>> CC deeds. They aren't used any more, however. Has this localization
>> been abandoned or is this just a flaw in the redesign of the site?
> You must be looking the wrong place. The euro currency symbol has been
> and is still used for countries in the euro area, e.g.,
Ok, I made a mistake and confused a country's legal version like
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/it/ with the mere
translation of the US license like in
It might just be me, but maybe there is a need to clarify which
country's jurisdiction the licence you're viewing actually belongs to.
This could be a situation where the use of national flags is indeed
useful. So, to stick to the example of Italy, that the deed features an
Italian flag regardless in what language you are reading the Italian
deed. I know it says "Italy" in the Licence name already.
But I suppose not everybody reading a license in his native tongue (the
cc server does language negotiation so that you get the deed in the
language selected in your browser, if available) is able to realize if
he is reading a translation or a license that actually applies to his
> I'll see what we can do.
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