Wiki license 0.5 beta
evan at bad.dynu.ca
Mon Mar 28 10:06:38 EST 2005
On Mon, Mar 28, 2005 at 09:18:17AM -0500, Greg London wrote:
> I'm just wondering if a user agreement could be worded to
> enforce option (ii) only.
"By editing or posting to this wiki, you agree that your contributions
will be licensed under a Creative Commons Wiki 0.5 (beta) license, and
you agree to waive attribution for your contributions with the
understanding that copyrighted material made available from this wiki
will be attributed to the wiki itself, namely the Code v.2 Wiki."
> If so, then I see no problem with cc-wiki and attribution.
> (other than there's no way to turn it off)
I think there are some other problems. As I noted before, it's not
clear that the Attribution license element in the Wiki license is
supposed to be equivalent, for purposes of ShareAlike, with the
Attribution element in other licenses.
In other words, can I make a derivative of Wiki 0.5 pages be
a Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 work, and vice versa? What about iCommons
More information about the cc-licenses