[cc-community] moved to community Re: [cc-licenses] Use cases for cc by-sa compatibility with GPL
arne_bab at web.de
Sat Jan 21 10:14:03 EST 2012
Am Samstag, 21. Januar 2012, 08:11:42 schrieb drew Roberts:
> So long as my work only adheres to the requirements of the gpl and is not
> licensed under the gpl yes. If it has to be licensed under the gpl, no.
Not even MIT licensed works get relicensed. Copyright works on the level of
individual contributions, so your part of the work carries its license
Someone might add parts under GPL,though,and these parts would not
automatically be licensed under by-sa.
> One of my main desires for the 4.0 round is to see a stronger copyleft
> protection for things like photographs than by-sa currently gives them.
> Something more akin to the protection the current by-sa gives to music /
> audio works used in film & video.
> If we get that protection, I would not then want to see my 4.0+ by-sa
> licensed works turn around and lose that protection by letting them be
> licensed under the gpl which lacks that protection. (If it does not lack
> that protection, please explain how it has it.)
So your reason for not wanting GPL is an additional protection which *might*
get added to cc by-sa 4.0? It’s nothing in by-sa 3.x?
Ich hab' nichts zu verbergen – hab ich gedacht:
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