[pp.int.general] Trifle: wiki license & stuff
piratenatsu at gmail.com
Mon Jun 18 04:04:23 CEST 2007
I don't see why, either, but as laws are only appliable in each country, and
Commons is an USA license, maybe some judges wouldn't consider it a proper
license. However, for the basic rights of recognition and integrity, I
suppose it's good enough.
2007/6/17, Andy Milner <andy.milner at gmail.com>:
> My opinion is that we should be supporting things like Creative
> Commons...tbh, I dont see why a European Judge wouldn't accept the
> terms of the CC licence...
> On 16/06/07, Natsu <piratenatsu at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I'd use public domain. Otherwise, a creative commons, if not for its
> > validity (maybe a European judge wouldn't accept its terms), to get some
> > moral protection in case someone tried to plagiarize (difficult, but
> > be).
> > See you,
> > Natsu
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Isabel María Guzmán Miranda
Coordinadora del comité sectorial de Cultura y Derechos de Autor
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