[pp.int.general] A Swedish Rights Management organization now accepts some CC licences
email at christian-hufgard.de
Thu May 28 17:50:43 CEST 2009
> This is a step in the right direction, but not sufficient if it is
> limited to the NC licenses.
Allowing commercial use would get really difficult for rights management
organizations. With IT the problem might be solved... One way would also
be to couple the free licence to another nickname.
So if an artist wants to release his products to the public, he can
leave the organization and rely on cc-by to gain enough money for his
I don't know anybody who managed this way from nobody to professional.
Some artists have come pretty close, but it's a much heavier one than
programming for money 9 hours a day and releasing free software in the
P.S. Do I guess right, that the only cc licence you accept as free in
means of the GPL is cc-by?
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