[cc-licenses] How to set properly a license to an offline work?

Mia Garlick mia at creativecommons.org
Mon Mar 27 16:26:27 EST 2006

ok, so thanks for the helpful comments. i work at a nonprofit that  
fundraises, as you know. you must work at a very interesting  
nonprofit with very interesting fundraising practices.

could you perhaps explain your understanding of how fundraising at  
nonprofits works and perhaps you can also respond to the rest of my  
email which continued: "the object can't be sold in the gift store.  
end of story. you also can't offer the NC licensed object solely in  
exchange for signing on for membership - then it becomes a  
conditional exchange of money, again, not an optional one."

as for (ii) - isn't that why we are having this conversation??? :-)

On Mar 27, 2006, at 1:16 PM, Jonathon Blake wrote:

> Mia wrote:
>> i don't understand this scenario.
> Then either:
> i) You dont' understand how fund raising by non-profit works;
> ii) You don't udnerstnad the implications of the NC licnece;
> ii) You dont' understand i & ii;
> xan
> jonathon
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