[Foundation-l] Knol: on the bright side of things...
valdelli at gmail.com
Wed Jul 30 08:11:57 UTC 2008
I fully agree and we *must* understand that any article is a collaborative work.
If one editor doesn't license it's contribution in CC-BY the whole
article cannot be licensed in CC-BY.
And what about IP contributions? Can the CC-BY be assigned to an IP?
On Wed, Jul 30, 2008 at 9:47 AM, Massimiliano <m.lincetto at gmail.com> wrote:
> I still don't understand why we should reject the copyleft philosophy and
> change to an attribution license. I think that our mission is not only to
> provide free information and knowledge, but also to be sure that it will be
> kept free.
> I don't think that we should change our licensing policies in order to be
> published on Google Knol: why we should do it? If Knols wants to allow its
> users to publish Wikipedia-derivative content they should change their
> terms, IMHO.
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