[Wikimedia-l] BBC Open Content
richard.symonds at wikimedia.org.uk
Tue Apr 10 16:07:19 UTC 2012
Well, that's the next step! The good thing is that they're starting to
/use/ it. The closest they've come, AFAIK, is a 'Creative Archive
Licence', which was similar to CC-BY-SA-ND-NC. It died a death in 2006 -
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On 10/04/2012 16:57, David Gerard wrote:
> On 10 April 2012 16:54, Richard Symonds
> <richard.symonds at wikimedia.org.uk> wrote:
>> Looks like the BBC are now starting to use goodly amounts of open content.
>> One that's caught my eye is a piece on the seige of Sarajevo, part of which
>> is CC-BY-SA licenced, at http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-17617775.
> Have we ever gotten any video of theirs released by them, not just
> examples of them using others' open content?
> (IME the BBC is roughly divided between "free it all!" and "that's
> impossible!" with the latter in control.)
> - d.
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