[Clipart] Clipart License
dcarrera at math.umd.edu
Tue Apr 13 04:39:17 PDT 2004
Glenn Randers-Pehrson wrote:
<snip: BSD-style license />
>>If it does, I will contact Lawrence Lessig and ask him if he would be
>>willing to prepare a Creative Commons license which is essentially ammounts
>>to "all is permitted".
> CC already does. Look at their page where you "choose a license".
> There is Public Domain, Attribution (two flavors), GPL, LGPL.
1) GPL and LGPL are *not* "all is permitted" BSD-style licenses. And you
2) Public Domain is not a license.
3) Attribution licenses are *not* "all is permitted" licenses either. They
I am talking about a BSD-style license without attribution. The kind that,
in practice, permits everything that public domain, but the author still
holds the copyright.
> The more generous of the "attribution" licenses seems appropriate. It
> is equivalent to BSD, MIT, and zlib/libpng licenses.
Attribution is not acceptable for clipart.
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