On 28 September 2012 20:17, phoebe ayers <phoebe.wiki(a)gmail.com> wrote:
The law specifies that the textbooks must be placed
under a Creative
Commons license, allowing professors at universities outside of
California to use the textbooks in their own classrooms. The textbooks
must be encoded in XML, or "other appropriate successor format," to
facilitate re-use of the materials.
The text reads:
1) The textbooks and other materials are placed under a creative
commons attribution license that allows others to use, distribute,
and create derivative works based upon the digital material while
still allowing the authors or creators to receive credit for their
Will someone try to weasel that to CC-by-nc rather than just CC-by? I
see CC-by-sa would also fall under it.