berkessels at tiscali.be
Fri Feb 4 04:23:38 EST 2005
I posted a possible (still quite rough, but it works) on my blog
(http://bler.webschuur.com/node/231). It uses CSS to show and hide html for
screen and print.
Op vrijdag 4 februari 2005 01:42, schreef Ryan McGregor:
> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN">
> <meta content="text/html;charset=us-ascii" http-equiv="Content-Type">
> <body bgcolor="#ffffff" text="#000000">
> <pre wrap="">Re:
> I'm new here. I only subscribed a couple of days ago so please let me
> know if this post belongs on another list.
> I posted a rant on my blog the other day
> (<a class="moz-txt-link-freetext"
>kalle/index.php?p=256</a>) about what I called a "bug" in CC licensing.
> Obviously it would be more productive to discuss the issue here, "inside"
> Parts of the original post pasted below:
> Yesterday, I was sitting in the library with a print out of a Creative
> Commons licensed text (actually, it was parts of the Creative Commons
> website) when something caught my attention. The piece of paper in front
> of me had the CC some rights reserved button and the text “Except
> where otherwise noted, this site is licensed under a Creative Commons
> License.” The words “noted” and “Creative Commons
> License” were underlined because they had been hyperlinks on the web
> page. However, once the document was printed the information contained in
> the links was lost. There was no way for me to find out which Creative
> Commons license it was referring to. In fact, if my browser had not been
> kind enough to include the URL to the original web page, it could have been
> very hard for me to find out.
> I have had some concern over this too. In-fact, I was planning on rewording
> my copyright notices on my site so that they specifically say which license
> the content is released under. Then, I got lazy and didn't end up doing it.
> Well, I need to test out the new Nvu 0.80 so maybe I will go do that later.
> Anyways, Creative Commons should change that so when
> authors/artists/whatever cut and paste the html code from their website it
> says specifically the license the work is released under. Someone should
> bring this up to them. </pre>
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