Re: Creative Commons Attribution license element
>>>>> "AS" == Andrew Suffield <email@example.com> writes:
Me> Conditions on modification are, of course, a matter of degree.
AS> No, actually, they are matters of form. Not
AS> degree. Unacceptable forms will always be unacceptable
AS> regardless of how large or small the relevant restriction is.
A fair if fine point.
AS> We've done these to death already, starting in 2003. They're
AS> non-free. That won't change.
Ah. Well, could you respond to my points as to why I think they _are_
free? I disagree with the terms of the summary.
Can you explain to me why requirements to include an author's name
make a license non-free, but requirements to maintain copyright
notices, warranty disclaimers, license notification, and changelogs
are not? At this point, I don't see the serious difference.
AS> Future versions of the licenses will be considered the same as
AS> any license.
Excellent. I think debian-legal's input into the next version of the
CC licenses would be really helpful.