[cc-licenses] SA Section 2(a)(5) uncontroversial

Marketply contact at marketply.org
Tue Sep 17 03:00:16 EDT 2013


One solution for good compatibility of licenses: empower fans/users of CC
everywhere to vet each license before granting compatibility, and for 'renewal'
every year.

If Creative Commons isn't sure about this path, they can wait to see how it
works for our licensing as we begin to test this strategy next year on seed
projects.

😃,

Marino Hernandez
(just a founder of Marketply <http://www.marketply.org> )
203-429-4205


> On September 17, 2013 at 12:33 AM Parker Higgins <parkerhiggins at gmail.com>
> wrote:
> 
>  There is a change in d4 to the ShareAlike clause that as I read it, allows
> downstream users to refer only to the "Adapter's license," and not the sum of
> licenses for the works in the Adapted Material. In practice all such licenses
> are likely to be similar or identical, with the only difference being that the
> Adapter may be using a later version (or, if I'm reading correctly, a
> Compatible License).
> 
>  This seems like a sensible change to me; I agree with CC's evaluation that
> such a change should be uncontroversial. The only point of possible
> controversy I see stems from Francesco Poli's line of inquiry about compatible
> licenses: say CC is somehow less than fully diligent about selecting or
> vetting Compatible Licenses, and the Adapter's license is one of these
> inadequate choices from this list.
> 
>  Even in that (extraordinary) case, though, that's not a burden for this
> license to carry. All that would mean is that further downstream users may or
> may not be able to avail themselves of this reasonable clause, depending on
> its inclusion in the Compatible License, and may have to parse more than one
> license.
> 
>  Good idea, well executed, as far as I can tell.
> 
>  Thanks,
>  Parker
> 
>  --
>  parker higgins
>  san francisco, ca
> 
>  <http://parkerhiggins.net>
> 
> 
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> platform
> 

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