chaos at xyzw.de
Tue Nov 11 18:07:48 EST 2003
You somehow "warned" using CC for licensing software in your FAQ. I suspect
your suggestion to use an open source lisence only applies for distribution
of source code. We want to distrubute executables without source that
generate realtime computer graphics (as on our webpages www.theproduct.de
and www.farb-rausch.de) under CC lisence. Any problem with that?
the "require attribution", "no commercial use", "share alike modification"
would suit us. if we distribute only the executable, does this imply that
the license (share alike) just applies to modification of the generated
music and video (that would be usefull to VJ's and musicians)? If someone
somehow gets access to the source-code (which might have no copyright
notice), he should not automatically get rights to the sources.
Dierk "Chaos" Ohlerich
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