2009/1/22 Andrew Whitworth <wknight8111(a)gmail.com>om>:
On Thu, Jan 22, 2009 at 9:58 AM, Anthony
> As Thomas said, it requires Internet access, which
might not be available.
> I think it's a bit more than that, though. The credit should be part of the
> work itself, not external to the work. When you're talking about a website,
> it's hard to define where the work begins and where it ends, clearly a work
> can span multiple URLs, and it's essentially meaningless whether or not
> those URLs have different domain names (at least assuming they are both kept
> nearly 100% reliable). None of these three things are true with books,
> T-shirts, or movies (for a movie a URL would be especially obnoxious).
As a contributor to these 'ere projects myself, I
prefer the less reliable but more informative URL for attribution
myself. That's a personal preference only, and I don't see any need to
push that on others.
Use my stuff, that's why I write it! I dual-licensed all my article
space text and pictures as CC-by-sa any a while ago anyway. More
people should do this IMO.