[cc-licenses] Sharealike license element change and by-nc-sa
mia at creativecommons.org
Fri Nov 18 13:14:15 EST 2005
Good question. As you can see from the original proposal, the plan
initially was that the amendment would apply to all ShareAlike
provisions in the CC licenses. However, that may not be possible for
some of the reasons that have been aired on the list to date. We
welcome people's views on whether this is possible or whether it
should be limited to just the BY-SA license (if it happens at all).
People should also consider making suggestions for how any such
change (if effected) gets incorporated into the Commons Deed.
Creative Commons is not looking to create "back doors" to trip people
up but - as the title of the posting suggests - ensuring that we have
an interoperable commons.
On Nov 18, 2005, at 7:21 AM, Evan Prodromou wrote:
> Mia, I have a quick question: would the sharealike license element
> change apply to by-nc-sa, too? That would allow making derivative
> works for commercial advantage; I'm not sure that that's the
> intention of people who license using the by-nc-sa.
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