[Foundation-l] What's wrong with CC-BY-SA?

Mike Godwin mnemonic at gmail.com
Sun Dec 2 14:08:09 UTC 2007

Robert Rohde writes:

> As Greg already noted, motivations/intentions matter a great deal  
> when the
> license has an open ended "or later versions" clause.  If a court  
> found that
> the license actually meant something other than what the Creative  
> Commons
> had intended, then they could simply write a new version.

I'm not sure how Creative Commons would have even the theoretical  
unilateral power to do this without FSF approval.  What we are talking  
about is harmonization of CC-BY-SA with FSF's GFDL.


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