[cc-community] The tricks of share-alike (CC-BY-SA)
melanie.ddr at gmail.com
Wed Oct 13 09:41:25 EDT 2010
Le 13 octobre 2010 15:15, Delphine Ménard <notafishz at gmail.com> a écrit :
> Hi all,
> This is a bit of a lazy-CC question, but I'm confused :)
> Case study: I would like to put together content of mine that is not
> under a free licence (all rights reserved) and content under CC-BY-SA
> 3.0. This would be in form of a book and the two parts would be very
> strictly separated. ie. chapter 1 would be my content, chapter 2 would
> be the CC-BY-SA content.
> I have two questions:
> 1) Can I do this without putting my own work under CC-BY-SA?
I think you can, the book should be a "Collection", and the SA effect
doesn't extend to the other parts of Collection in which SA works are
> 2) What degree of attribution do I need to give to the CC-BY-SA content?
In principle, you should attribute "in the manner specified by the
author/licensor", the BY language (read clause 4c) being rather
> a) a link to the source is enough for the text?
If a) is Wikipedia text, I would say it's the best way...
> b)individual images would need to have their author specified?
If names or pseudonym of authors were supplied.
All the best from Paris,
> Thanks for your answers,
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