evan at wikitravel.org
Tue Jan 27 16:57:41 EST 2004
>>>>> "ML" == Mike Linksvayer <ml at creativecommons.org> writes:
ML> The new licenses will have new URLs, e.g.,
ML> I'm not planning on new resource URLs for license
ML> characteristics. The characteristics expressed in metadata
ML> are not intended to be fine-grained, rather serving as a rough
ML> guide to the permissions, prohibitions, and requirements
ML> associated with a license.
Ah. So, like, the connotation of the rights is kind of governed by the
context of the license URL, I guess, eh? Neato.
For example, if I had a music-editing program, and I had two pieces of
source music -- one under sa-nc (say), and one under by-sa -- it could
use the metadata to see if a remix of the two pieces would be possible
(no, if either piece is licensed at 1.0 level), and what license such
a remix would have to be under (by-nc-sa, AFAICT).
I just wanted to give a heads-up. It's a good idea to be ready for
Evan Prodromou <evan at wikitravel.org>
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