[Cc-it] Fwd: License to allow translation

Lorenzo De Tomasi lorenzo.detomasi a creativecommons.it
Mer 16 Giu 2004 05:52:47 EDT


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> Da: Riina Vuorikari <Riina.Vuorikari a eun.org>
> Data: Ven 11 Giu 2004  12:01:45 Europe/Rome
> A: cc-licenses a lists.ibiblio.org
> Oggetto: License to allow translation
> Rispondere-A: Discussion on the Creative Commons license drafts 
> <cc-licenses a lists.ibiblio.org>
>
> Dear all,
>
> I would like to ask about a possibility to express "translation 
> allowed"
> in the CC-license. This would make it possible to translate the content
> of a given resource, even if not any derivative work is allowed.
>
> I give you an example to be more clear: I create a piece of content 
> that
> I put a cc-license on. I say that the re-use of it is allowed when
> contribution is made, but no derivative work is allowed. However, I
> would like to allow that someone could translate the resource. 
> Currently
> this is not possible to express in the cc-license. Hence the question,
> would it be interesting to add this kind of condition to cc-license?
>
> This idea came to me when I wrote about the localisation possibilities
> of educational content based on the idea of localisation of open 
> source software and what kind of a great perspective this offers for 
> small language groups etc. (You can find an excerpt below of a paper 
> written for a workshop on open content 
> http://www.eun.org/goto.cfm?did=33536)
>
> Thanks for your time and consideration of this suggestion.
>
> Kind Regards,
>
> Riina Vuorikari
> European Schoolnet
> www.eun.org
>
> "In the same way, the translation of open source educational web-based
> content may be particularly attractive to school networks, Ministries 
> of
> Education and other usergroups in countries where digital content
> development has been slow to materialise. ...
>
> Hence, it should be investigated how educational content could be
> created so that the translation and localisation would be facilitated.
> Also, in the original licensing agreement one could express that
> translation of the content is permitted. In the metadata description of
> the learning resource all the language variants should be expressed 
> too,
> as the elements for that kind of metadata already exists. "
>
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