CC license & commercial works.
dcarrera at math.umd.edu
Sun Nov 14 12:37:37 EST 2004
Greg London wrote:
> The thing is the way she does it now
> (download for free, if you keep it, pay for it)
> doesn't jive with any CC license.
> Like someone already mentioned, with CC licenses,
> its permanently out of the bottle, there are no
> conditionals that activate other requirements.
Thank you for the explanation. Yes, that makes sense. After it's
downloaded, the user already has it under a license. It's done.
Thank you for the explanation.
> The closest she could come would be to change her
> model to download it for free, and here is my tip
> jar if you like it.
Knowing her, I think she will. She's not really out to become rich, she
just wants to cover her webhost so she can keep writing.
> She could try the most restrictive CC license to begin with
> put it on one story, and that would give her an excuse to
> put the CC Button on her website.
She already has a lot of non-commercial content on her site. And she's
already going to put that under a CC license. I guess that we're looking
at using CC as much as possible because CC is such a good idea.
I'll explain to her what you just told me and I'll suggest the tip jar.
Thanks for the help.
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