[cc-community] [cc-licenses] Proposal for a new kind of CC license - ebook
paul at waag.org
Fri Jul 22 09:29:31 EDT 2005
The changes from 2.0 --> 2.5 are rather minimal. the affect the
attribution requirements as laid out in 4 b and referenced to in 4 a.
this pdf http://creativecommons.org/drafts/by_2.5.pdf highlights the
changes in the text (the final version is identical with this draft
version). the changes apply to all 6 core licenses.
as far is i know the 2.5 update has only been implemented for the
generic (a.k.a US) licenses. the other jurisdictions have to adapt
their translated licenses independently. this probably explains why
you still get a 2.0 license in CA. here in NL we are in the process
of implementing the 2.5 update but i have no idea if and when other
jurisdictions plan to work on this.
On 22 Jul, 2005, at 15:14, Mark Carter wrote:
>> Of course! Use under the terms of the Attribution 2.5 license.
> Speaking of the 2.5 license... I haven't seen any kind of
> or changelog re: 2.5 (of course, I've always found CC's site rather
> opaque when it comes to finding information).
> What are changes in 2.5, does it apply to all the licenses, etc? I
> By-NonComm-NoDerivs Canadian, and selecting that on the site still
> brings up a 2.0 license.
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