Re: [Consortium] request for licensing advice from ron parker

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Date: Friday, January 14, 2005 - 4:08 pm

Hi Ron,

> I'm trying to find a specific license that exactly

You can use CC licences to cover most possibilities. Attribution is
taken as a given with the version 2 licences. The only problem is
that CC licences are very lengthy and lawyeristic (the 'legal code'),
although there is a summary you can provide for users (the 'commons

Try this one for starters:

> I'm not sure if restricting modification of the

It would - see item 3 here:

However, Debian does have a mechanism for 'non-free' packages.



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