cclicense - A Creative Commons License Library for PHP
sbw at ibiblio.org
Fri Jun 20 14:01:26 EDT 2003
On Thu, 19 Jun 2003 20:42:18 -0400
Mike Linksvayer <ml at creativecommons.org> wrote:
> Blake Watters wrote:
> > I've just made the initial release of a library I developed for my jukebox project (Netjuke - http://netjuke.sourceforge.net) that is designed to ease the task of integrating Creative Commons licenses into PHP applications. The library provides a clean object oriented representation of licenses using the Creative Commons primitives and allows for the easy extension/development of additional licenses. This release includes all existing Creative Commons licenses and the Public Domain dedication "pseudo-license".
> > For more info, check out http://cclicense.sourceforge.net
> Thanks, it looks great to me.
> Just a couple comments after browsing the php files:
> There is a logo for the public domain dedication --
> public_domain.php should reflect this.
Thanks, I've added the logo to the public domain definition and pushed it into CVS.
> cc_by.php should be cc-by.php for consistency with your other classs.
Also taken care of :)
> In your "Drafting a New License" example it would be best not to use
> 'http://example.org/licenses/mine' instead of
> 'http://creativecommons.org/licenses/mine' so as to not give anyone the
> impression that they can create their own custom CC license.
I agree and the web page has been updated accordingly.
> Someone emailed me some similar code for the Mason
> <http://www.masonhq.com> templating system, but they haven't made it
> public yet. I'd be happy to see other implementations as well.
Interesting. I'd like to see what approach they take.
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