davidmaeztu at gmail.com
Wed Jan 3 02:58:08 EST 2007
Evan Prodromou escribió:
> So, I just stumbled across this blog post on Planet Debian:
> I quote:
> Coloriuris is an organization that provides free licenses with
> the same spirit of Creative Commons. This well-known licenses
> are only applicable in the Common Law, countries like Spain,
> Portugal and the whole Latin America are based on the Roman Law
> where Coloriuris licenses should be used instead CC.
> That seems to be an inaccurate portrayal of CC licenses' applicability.
> Anyways, here's the site:
> Their system seems to be based on some kind of copyright assignment,
> kind of like the Founders' Copyright.
> I'm not a big fan of needless license proliferation, especially where
> there are possible incompatibilities. Especially if the project was
> based on an incorrect assumption, i.e. that CC licenses are inapplicable
> in Latin American countries.
> My question: has anyone involved with Creative Commons or iCommons been
> in touch with the Coloriuris folks?
Of course in Spain, we all know the Coloriuris initiative, and we
discuss about both models, ColorIuris and CC, and problems related with
licenses in Spanish Law.
I think that CC "project leaders" in Spain could give you more
information about that
More information about the cc-licenses