Intended Meaning of "Non-Commercial"
klang at informatik.gu.se
Wed Apr 6 10:57:36 EDT 2005
I dont have the answer but I do want to complicate the problem. The
university makes money from teaching students can the teachers (who are
paid a salary) make use of material under the BY-NC-SA license.
If they can - then can also a consulting company involved in teaching
use the same material?
Daniel Carrera wrote:
>Greg London wrote:
>>I'm more than a little confused since I thought NC prohibited ANY
>>transaction that involved money.
>I've been meaning to ask a very similar question. Again, pertaining NC and
>education. I have a friend who is making teaching materials under the
>BY-NC-SA license. He doesn't want people selling the teaching materials.
>But he's happy with teachers who get paid for teaching using this material
>in the classroom. In fact, that's his primary target group.
>How does the NC clause affect his work? Are teachers allowed to earn money
>teaching while using his work as long as they don't sell the work itself?
>Is there a more suitable CC license for him?
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