[cc-licenses] Additional licensing options for sharealike licences?
guydjohnston at googlemail.com
Wed Jul 4 12:13:23 EDT 2007
Prodromos Tsiavos wrote:
> If you do not mind having people licensing derivative works of your
> CC-licensed work under all types of CC licences, why dont you use a plain
> CC_BY licence? The only possible problem with such a scenario is that you
> could not stop someone from licensing the derivative works under a
> proprietary licence.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Guy Johnston" <guydjohnston at googlemail.com>
> To: <cc-licenses at lists.ibiblio.org>
> Sent: Wednesday, July 04, 2007 3:30 PM
> Subject: [cc-licenses] Additional licensing options for sharealike licences?
>> Hi, I was thinking it might be a good idea if extra options could be added
>> to the
>> sharealike/copyleft licences, to allow derivative works to be licensed
>> under certain other Creative
>> Commons licences. I've licensed some music under the BY-SA licence, but
>> I'd also like to let people
>> make derivative works which are licensed under the BY-NC-SA and BY-NC-ND
>> licences (and probably
>> others). At the moment, I can allow this for the BY-NC-SA by
>> dual-licensing my work under both
>> licences, but not for any of the others. Does anyone else think that would
>> be a good idea?
>> Please avoid sending me Microsoft Office files -
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That's my point. I want to let others use some of the more restrictive CC licences for derivative
works, but not any licences which are more restrictive than them, or full copyright restrictions.
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