[cc-community] What does NC means?
fred.benenson at gmail.com
Sat Sep 15 23:51:58 EDT 2007
I think cc-by-nc-nd might be what you're looking for, considering the
wishes of the group you're working for, but I think the thing you
should avoid doing is calling it libre or "free" as that has a very
On Sep 16, 2007, at 12:43 AM, Enrique Vargas <enrique.vargas at jyestudio.com
> Interesting information. Let me add info.
> Nothing in the hymnal is PD. Actually, everything is new.
> The validation is a verification that the hymns had liturgical value.
> The hymnal is as simple as it get: Only lyrics, main melody of the
> lyrics and suggested chords. So it is in the lyrics and melodies we
> don't want changes.
> Recasting to any instruments, music genres, several voices, etc. is
> perfectly fine and expected. The hymnal does not specify anything on
> this. It is only lyrics and melody of lyrics.
> For things like translations, changes in words, etc, authors want to
> contacted first. Actually, if somebody wants to use a song for other
> than to sing in the church, authors want to be contacted first.
> The idea is to place the hymnal as a PDF on the Internet, so everybody
> can download it and print it and use it at their church.
> All the authors in this effort want to "give" their songs, so churches
> can use them freely without having to pay royalties, annualities, etc.
> They want to clearly state that they don't want this work to be used
> profit. So, if using CC BY-NC-ND is not a good way to say this, I
> want to hear what is the best way.
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