[cc-community] CC+ Logo Pointing To My Own Website?
zotz at 100jamz.com
Sat Jun 28 19:52:57 EDT 2008
On Saturday 28 June 2008 18:37:22 Michael David Crawford wrote:
> Greg London wrote:
> > Just an FYI to make sure you're clear on this:
> > Any URL provided for attribution purposes must point to licensing
> > information for that work in particular.
> Ah, thanks, I hadn't understood that.
> It happens that as I create new versions of my music, and upgrade to
> newer license versions, the license XML is really getting out of hand.
> As time goes by, it threatens to make my music page slow to download for
> human visitors.
> So in ccPublisher, I've started using this page to provide license
> But you can see that the page isn't really meant for human consumption -
> it's for ccLookup's automated use.
> I really see a problem with the use of cryptographic hashes to identify
> exact versions of my audio tracks. It means that only the original
> versions I provide will pass license verification, whereas if a user
> alters even so much as one character of an ID3 tag or VorbisComment, it
> won't verify.
> What I would prefer is to simply state that my song Emergence is BY-SA
> 3.0 Unported, in all of its manifestations - recordings in CD or digital
> audio form, or as sheet music.
> Such a page would be more suitable for humans. :-D
> However, the website URL I'd like to see in videos that use my music is
> just my homepage; I don't expect someone who sees my credits in a film
> festival to remember the exact URL of my license page; nor would they
> care to see if if they could. What I want them visiting, and I'm sure
> what they would want to visit, is my whole website, starting with my
> Enlighten me :-D
Well, in the case of your exceptions to the SA license, you will certainly
have no problems with that stipulation.
> Michael David Crawford
> michael at geometricvisions.com
> Tilting at Windmills for a Better Tomorrow.
all the best,
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