cc-licenses Digest, Vol 20, Issue 8

Sigmascape1 at cs.com Sigmascape1 at cs.com
Sat Nov 13 12:09:59 EST 2004


I agree. At the very least place the notice. Critical.

MLF

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>Date: Fri, 12 Nov 2004 21:14:09 +0000
>From: Rob Myers <robmyers at mac.com>
>Subject: Re: Physical License Material
>To: Discussion on the Creative Commons license drafts
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>On 9 Nov 2004, at 15:49, Serge Wroclawski wrote:
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>> When he's decided on the license, what will be the best way for him to
>> display the license with the CD. I'd like to be able to give him a
>> graphic, either the "Some Rights Reserved" one or terms of the license 
>> to
>> place somewhere on the cover, then maybe somewhere he can have the 
>> license
>> in "human readable" form in the inside cover.
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>The wired CD just has the CC logo, a one-sentence plain-english 
>description of the licenses, and a URL to the license page for the CD.
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>IANAL, but I'd recommend doing more than that.
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>So have at least a license notice ("This recording is licensed under 
>the Creative Commons CC-BY-SA licence.") and the URL of the licenses 
>along with your (c) and (p) notices on the inlay and on the CD or 
>record. For publicity you might like to have the (cc) logo on the back 
>cover (if that's allowed). And for completeness if you have the budget, 
>reproduce the text of the license inside the inlay.
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>- Rob.
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