On Tue, Feb 3, 2009 at 10:48 PM, Sam Johnston <samj(a)samj.net> wrote:
On Tue, Feb 3, 2009 at 10:43 PM, geni
2009/2/3 Gerard Meijssen
> The economics of it are such that there is a real fine balance between
> and expensive. I positvely hate text on my
posters. Printing on the back
> two prints and that IS expensive. My point
has been and still is that it
> nice to come up with "solutions".
They have to be practical in the real
> world. If a proposed solution adds enough overhead, the effect will be
not be accepted a solution.
Assuming posters are not for large scale public display sending the
credits on a separate bit of paper would probably meets the
I'm not aware of any print-on-demand providers who facilitate the
sending of arbitrary documentation with prints so my ability to reuse
is still unnecessarily restricted.
Unfortunately I do not understand the interface of Wikiposters, but reading
the translated English FAQ, I got the impression, that for instance if you
order a poster of a GFDL image, they will print you the text of the GFDL as
well. So I assumed Wikiposters is mindful of attribution requirements.
I guess, we would need someone, who has actually seen a Wikiposters poster,
to tell us how they handle this -- and other licences -- in practice.
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