[cc-devel] Status of the official CC Wordpress plugin
burobjorn at gmail.com
Mon Jul 8 03:35:43 EDT 2013
Thanks, I've forked it to my repos & 'll have a look.
On 06-07-13 18:49, Tarmo Toikkanen wrote:
> Hi Bjorn! I pushed my edits to a github repository
> here: https://github.com/tarmot/wp-cc-plugin/tree/tarmo-mods
> The plugin is still named according to the original License, so it
> will conflict with it and cannot be published on WP codex as it is.
> But you should be able to give it a go.
> Tarmo Toikkanen
> tarmo at iki.fi
> On Friday 5. 07 2013 at 22.59, BjornW wrote:
>> Hi Tarmo,
>> I'm a WordPress plugin developer myself and I'm willing to help out. For
>> instance with testing. Do you have your code somewhere online, like
>> Github or some other place where we can check it out and perhaps send
>> patches / pull requests?
>> On 05-07-13 21:49, Tarmo Toikkanen wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>> I'm new to the list, but did check the archives back at least 2 years
>>> and did not see any mention of this. So here goes:
>>> There's a Wordpress plugin that is listed in the CC
>>> wiki: http://wiki.creativecommons.org/WpLicense
>>> However, WpLicense hasn't been updated since 2007. It's well done,
>>> since it still works. However, it is very limited in its
>>> behavior. Does anyone know if there's already people looking at
>>> resuming development of that plugin?
>>> What I've needed is a plugin that works for a multi-author blog, where
>>> each author may have a separate license in use, and where certainly
>>> the attribution generated in the CC license should reflect each post's
>>> real author.
>>> The best plugin I've found is License, which also is outdated and a
>>> bit buggy: http://wordpress.org/plugins/license/
>>> I've updated it myself to work better in non-US contexts and fixing
>>> bugs. It allows for a default CC license for the blog, a default
>>> license for each author, and post-specific licenses that override
>>> those defaults. The widgets and short codes display correct
>>> post-specific author names in the RDF and HTML.
>>> I'm planning on publishing my fixed version of "License" to the
>>> Wordpress codex. But I'm wondering what the best approach would be in
>>> terms of WpLicense and what others are planning or wanting to do.
>>> Tarmo Toikkanen
>>> Creative Commons Finland
>>> tarmo at iki.fi <mailto:tarmo at iki.fi>
>>> cc-devel mailing list
>>> cc-devel at lists.ibiblio.org <mailto:cc-devel at lists.ibiblio.org>
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* b u r o b j o r n .nl *
digitaal vakmanschap | digital craftsmanship
Van maandag t/m donderdag vanaf 10:00
Vrijdag is voor experimenteren en eigen projecten.
3508 SE Utrecht
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