Dropping non-DSFG-free license elements (was Re: Extra restrictions on derivative works)
robmyers at mac.com
Mon Feb 9 19:35:29 EST 2004
On 10 Feb 2004, at 00:07, Evan Prodromou wrote:
>>>>>> "e" == email <email at greglondon.com> writes:
> e> But Non-Commercial and Education-Only and Sampling-Only are NOT
> e> LICENSES THAT CREATE PUBLIC COMMONS.
> Hey, so, I happen to agree with you about these things. But I also
> think it's better to get artists to come half-way towards real
> freedom than let them sit on the all-rights-reserved bench.
I respectfully disagree. It's better to maintain the strength and
coherency of the brand and work on selling it than it is to dilute the
brand to please hangers-on who won't actually pay for the brand.
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