[cc-community] selling CC-BY-NC-ND

Matthew J. Agnello matt.agnello at gmail.com
Fri Apr 25 12:52:15 EDT 2008

If you're really interested in distributing a compilation of CC film,  
I'd recommend either editing them all together and releasing it as a  
derivative work (which may or may not violate the ND clause), or  
simply produce some list of them with links to view them. You can do  
this on a webpage with a list of links, a series of embedded videos,  
or just a video RSS feed that contains all the films.

// Matt

Matthew J. Agnello
< matt.agnello at gmail.com >

On Apr 25, 2008, at 5:00 AM, Terry Hancock wrote:

> Tom Sparks wrote:
>>    I am looking at selling CC-BY-NC-ND by
>> * cost of media only
>> * compilation time (including interface)
>> * number of hours
> Selling is a "commercial use".
> It doesn't mean "non-profit" use.
> So, no.
> Terry
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