[cc-licenses] Daft Question about CC and sign printing.
ml at creativecommons.org
Thu Dec 8 16:46:06 EST 2005
On Wed, 2005-12-07 at 10:29 +0000, Martyn wrote:
> I'm building an open source sign designer (released under LGPL).
> And I would like to include in the package some fonts and some images
> (in SVG).
> Now to me I think i can use works licenced under some of the CC licences
> but I'd like your opions as basically the project is open but the final
> useage is going to be by commercial entities.
> Now I think I can parse the CC metadata out of the RDF block and show
> the end user the author information etc. of any font or image they look,
> and put the inforamtion on the final order email as well. But there is
> no way I would be able to put an attribution on the sign that finally
> gets produced.
For attribution could you include a "union label" size notice on signs?
Presumably you can't use content under a NonCommercial license.
If you don't know about http://openclipart.org/ you should -- all SVG,
all public domain.
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