[cc-community] CC-BY-SA for Jailhouse Lawyers?
zotz at 100jamz.com
Thu Nov 24 13:27:30 EST 2011
On Wednesday 23 November 2011 14:00:25 Rob Myers wrote:
> On 23/11/11 18:23, Greg Grossmeier wrote:
> > 1)
> > By making SA expand to the collection then we continue to make it harder
> > for faculty to share their presentations.
> I'd say that we begin to make it easier for faculty and students to
> retain the use of their own work when they change institutions or leave.
> > 2)
> > Since the later version (eg 4.0) of the -SA licenses will now affect
> > collections where as <=3.0 did not, it may be harder to convince the
> > public that this change is a good thing. But this is an issue with any
> > type of modifications to licenses that are ShareAlike/Reciprocal and
> > allow use of future versions (ie: not specific to CC licenses).
> I agree that collections shouldn't be affected. But this is clearly
> about the use of images as illustrations. That's very easy to
> differentiate from collections and is a clarification rather than an
I am not so sure about that. Like I say, if collections get copyrights in law
then I want it to affect them too. If they don't, then it cannot affect them
as they cannot have a copyright license since they cannot have a copyright.
> It won't affect existing work, just 4.0 licensed work.
> It takes a lot to make me side with the photography lobby... ;-)
> - Rob.
all the best,
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