[Foundation-l] Khan Academy contradictory licensing conditions
berialima at gmail.com
Mon Oct 31 23:53:24 UTC 2011
I think they use the NC-ND version (at least that is the one in youtube
videos), as an example, this video
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N0Y8ia57C24 has this tag:
> *LICENCE: Creative Commons (Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative
> Works). *
> *For more information about this licence, please read:
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On 31 October 2011 21:24, Cristian Consonni <kikkocristian em gmail.com> wrote:
> I posted a question in the comment group of Khan Academy, a
> great education website.
> In fact in this page on the wiki of the site under "Our Principles:
> the rules of the game", is said:
> "Openness. [...]
> Open content means that all content distributed by or through the
> Khan Academy uses the CC-by-sa license (or a compatible license)
> but actually in the footer of every page the is indicated a
> CC-3.0-NC-BY-SA license.
> So there must be a mistake somewhere, the point being that CC-BY-SA
> license would be compatible with Wikipedia and the other projects,
> which I think would be a great, valuable thing.
> Can somebody help me to clarify this point? I think it's important.
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