[cc-licenses] How to use 2.5 licenses.
daniel.carrera at zmsl.com
Thu Oct 6 17:40:52 EDT 2005
drew Roberts wrote:
>>> By editing or posting to this wiki, you agree that your contributions
>>> will be licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike
>>> 2.5 license, and you designate [INSERT WIKI NAME] for attribution.
>>That sounds good.
> Does it? Is it possible to get around the license statement that it is the
> sole agreement this easily? This is an honest question, and not meant to be
I'm not sure I understand what you are saying. Get around what?
The new BY-SA 2.5 allows people to "designate a third party" that can
receive attribution instead of the author. This was done to make the
license wiki-friendly. Now I'm trying to figure out what set of words
will allow me and my friends to use the license in that way.
It'd be great of Creative Commons provided a sample copyright statement
that people can re-use. Like the GNU people do.
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