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Patrick Shirkey schrieb:
It is not, i licence my stuff CC attribution, sharealike,
non-commercial. So, if you want to use my stuff, go ahead but dont
forget to mention me ;-)
And if you see a chance to make money with it (and i certainly do not
speak about a free beer and a 20 buckaroos or so for a gig, or even
selling a hundred selfmade CDs a year }:-] )
> Art transforms over time through the application of skills and knowledge
Well now, this is like some stupid popstar, that does not mention the
musicians, that played his recording on the CD-cover.
> However, if you want to make money from your art and you want make sure
So if Trent Reznor would take your tracks to illustrate the next Oliver
Stone Movie and would not trow you a single cent (from the some
10thousends he gets for it) and would not even mention your name but
claim to be the sole creator of the soundtrack that would be OK then...
> That way you can sue if the money is worth it and keep another industry
Not right, for i would not use the corrupt and stupid "copyright" law to
get my claims in the first place but ask the user of my stuff for some
respect personally without a lawyer involved.
There really is something between the established industry-slavery and
total unawareness of authorship.
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