Draft License 2.5 - Now open for discussion
toddd at mypse.goracer.de
Mon May 23 15:47:36 EDT 2005
Well, since CC is getting more and more prominent in the Free Software
community it is vital to have it compatible with Free Software.
Otherwise it would do more harm than good in that area. So, to keep the
CC *must* become free and must *not* keep barriers like forced
attribution or a not very well verbalized DRM clause.
errata: insert "ought to" and "should not" where appropriate.
> As another poster pointed out far more eloquently than I could, the
> no-DRM clause is important for the future success of CC licensing,
> however much it may affect its immediate popularity with those who
> would wish to abuse it. The no-DRM clause *must* stay, and must *not*
> be rendered ineffective by anything that would allow it to be
> circumvented in practice.
> - Rob.
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