Re: Debian-approved creative/content license?
Ismael Valladolid Torres <email@example.com> skribis:
> Ben Finney escribe:
> > Careful. This doesn't distinguish programs from other intellectual
> > creations; there is a huge amount of artistry in programming.
> Sure from a programmer's point of view, but just ask an artist who
> knows something about programming which amount or artistry is there in
> each one of the activities.
Both of the situations are biased - each person will probably think their
preferred occupation is more creative or worthwhile. If they thought
otherwise, they'd probably be doing the other task. Why is this news
ObTopic: I agree with the arguments for using the MIT/Expat and the GPL.
I also think there's a gap in the market for a simpler share-alike for
non-program works and I think public performance is a bit of a grey area
for all free software (programs, audio, video, text, ...) which matters
more for non-programs.
My Opinion Only: see http://people.debian.org/~mjr/
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