Si tu as la moindre réponse, ça m’intéresse (et je préférerais #CC0 / #WTFPL / #GNUGPL)
Musician Dan Bull reaches #9 on UK indie charts using #CC0 - http://bit.ly/KsfG3P bravo
12 million catalog records released under #CC0 by Harvard Library !cc #internetarchive !fc http://ur1.ca/9327m
Releasing #Smithsonian collection metadata on GitHub - http://bit.ly/GIDwx2 #cc0 too (v @edsu @candtalan)
@cwebber don't want #OSI to rubber-stamp particularly for #Establishment institutions. Meanwhile, I'll continue to promote #CC0.
These conversations on debian-legal (http://goo.gl/CiqSn) and OSI license-review (http://goo.gl/sr0Tm) made me happy. #publicdomain #cc0 !cc
ACM refused to publish papers dedicated to the public domain http://www.r6.ca/blog/20110930T012533Z.html !CC #CC0 #publicdomain
#libvisualid makes `art' via user-seeded #PRNG. Is the result !copyright'd? By whom? Should #Stickfigurator use the !CC #PD mark, !CC0, orâ€¦?
@zotz Limit to !CC0: how's fallback license prohibition on sublicense consistent w/ max waiver of copyright enforcement? I don't get it. !CC
#Harmony Drafting Group members say "[i]sn't entirely clear !CC0 is valid across a large # of jurisdictions" http://ur1.ca/4cwyk !CC
@bkuhn I do not want NC #rhinovirus. !CC BY-SA or CC BY or !CC0 rhinovirus for me.
!cc â™» @creativecommons: !FSF recommends !CC0 for code snippets in documentation http://ur1.ca/4ai68
@rahulsundaram Second greatest accomplishment of !CC after wonderful #CC0 is the obsolescence of the #OPL one of worst licenses in history
@ryanprior #CC0 may not be suitable for large amounts of code. #swpats license explicitly excluded !CC
@kete Yes, i agree. That's why I am on record that after 5 years I will relicense !mynovel (cc by-nc-sa) to #CC0 http://ur1.ca/3ue6u !cc
@laurelrusswurm #CC0 is pretty interesting. !CC http://creativecommons.org/choose/zero/
@zotz For !mynovel I'll use #CC0 in 5 yrs ... or are you asking abt suggested Will instrument allowing emancipation of work on demise? !cc
@ryanprior, #CC0 allows clear divestment of Â© interest in a work. unlike any license, it's the !CC option if you don't even want to hold Â©.
@ryanprior #CC0 valuable alt. to trad. PD dedications. Useful for appearance of legal formality. I think it is !CC's greatest achievement.
â™º @cwebber: 2 exciting !CC announcements: !CC0 & !GPL compatibility; plaintext CC & CC0 legalcode! http://ur1.ca/3utk1 http://ur1.ca/3utjy
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