[OpenFontLibrary] CC0 vs. CC-PD

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Wed Jun 30 16:25:56 PDT 2010

On 30 June 2010 13:47, Nicolas Mailhot <nicolas.mailhot at laposte.net>  wrote:
> please use the CC licence
> that was written for  public-domain-like needs

CC-Zero is fairly new, and is different from CC-PD. There are many new  
issues introduced by CC0, such as:
"Unlike the Public Domain Certification, CC0 should not  be used to mark 
works already in the public domain. "
We need to have a discussion on the differences between CC-PD and CCZero.  
Most if not all Public Domain fonts in the openfontlibrary are CC-PD, not  
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