[cc-sampling] name change
Christopher M. Kelty
ckelty at rice.edu
Wed Aug 4 15:21:26 EDT 2004
oh please. Creative Commons is not the government, they can do
whatever they like. I think they (actually it's really only 2-3 really
hard working people) did a pretty good job of trying to incorporate
feedback from this list. i'm sorry you feel so downtrodden, and i wish
it could have been different. I wish there had been a worldwide
plebecite to determine the proper name of the license. but alas, there
If it pisses you off, don't use the license! go make your own! Or
just call it the Sampling License. Creative Commons cannot and will
not stop you. Call it whatever you like! Start your own nonprofit!
Free us from the tyranny of Minister Gil! Please do it somewhere
other than in my mailbox though...
On Wed, Aug 04, 2004 at 08:02:20PM +0100, David wrote:
> > And for the grand finale, Minister of Culture Gilberto Gil will
> > officially release a few of his songs under the License Formerly
> > Known as Sampling, which, from this moment forward, will be called
> > Recombo, a name inspired by the Brazilian art collective re:combo.
> > Minister Gil was in Lisbon last week, playing with Paul McCartney
> > and others, and just earlier this week he inaugurated the Brazil v.
> > Argentina futebol match with song on national television. Needless
> > to say we are humbled and thrilled beyond belief to have him
> > preside over this important day. And as if that weren't enough, Mr.
> > Gil is playing a live show later tonight. Recombo-licensed songs
> > will be featured.
> > Brazil offers two gifts to the world today: Recombo creativity, and
> > the music of Gilberto Gil.
> > More soon. Stay tuned.
> Now that's what I call democracy!
> Certainly questions should be asked...
> - Who exactly was so inspired I wonder?
> - Why exactly are we naming licenses after currently existing groups?
> (In which case I would have preferred the Negativland license myself
> - What (to repeat an earlier question I asked) was the point of this
> - Does anyone have the feeling that the sampling license (RIP) has
> become an advertising hoarding?
> - Will Creative Commons stay quiet and hope that this whole debate will
> go away if they ignore it?
> - Does anyone at Creative Commons *care* about what people involved in
> this list think about being so blatantly used, ignored and overruled!
> On 4 Aug 2004, at 18:35, Mike Linksvayer wrote:
> > Thomas Margoni wrote:
> > > I hope David will be wrong, so if anyone knows why there's a new
> > > name for this license, i hope he/her will post this list, as it
> > > is still on
> > >
> > http://creativecommons.org/weblog/entry/4234
> > http://creativecommons.org/weblog/entry/4236
> > http://creativecommons.org/weblog/entry/4303
> > --
> > Mike Linksvayer
> > http://creativecommons.org/learn/aboutus/people#21
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