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Re: Draft summary of Creative Commons 2.0 licenses (version 3)

On Sun, 03 Apr 2005 08:31:20 -0400 Evan Prodromou wrote:

> > So in summary, I think that "10 million" is pure fiction.

Maybe or maybe not.
I'm not saying that those data should be trusted, nor am I saying that
they shouldn't.
/According/ to that statistical results, we can say that... 

> Does it really matter? We don't have access to the Creative Commons
> Web logs nor their referrer count for the "Some Rights Reserved" image
> (which is what they use for counting), so we can't audit this number.
> I don't see why we have to.

We don't have to, actually.
What I was saying was simply something like "If those data can be
trusted, we can draw the following conclusions: ..."

> I'm going to modify the cc summary to say "many". Can we all agree to
> "many"? I know that we have more than 5000 articles and images on
> Wikitravel alone, and I'd say that's more than enough to call them
> "many".

This sounds like a good idea: it even enhances the summary longevity (it
will be true in the foreseeable future, as well as now).

    :-(   This Universe is buggy! Where's the Creator's BTS?   ;-)
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