[pp.int.general] Trifle: wiki license & stuff
jounisnellman at gmail.com
Wed Jun 20 12:00:20 CEST 2007
Why include any kind of license? The idea of an attached text or label
turning into a valid contract between the author and all subsequent
readers/users is curious to say the least. Although it is the basic idea
between all standard terms and conditions being binding it is not something
we have to promote or even accept. - Jouni
On 6/20/07, Rickard Olsson <rickard.olsson at piratpartiet.se> wrote:
> Findeton wrote:
> > I must agree, the release to the public domain is my favourite.
> Mine too, except this is often not legally possible in Berne-signatory
> countries due to the moral rights being inalienable. Ie, you can not
> reliably waive your rights to be asserted as the author. It is
> theoretically possible that you change your mind after a while or that
> your heirs will reclaim those rights.
> The economical rights are much easier to sign away forever.
> / Richie
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