Re: CC Sampling Plus 1.0
Terry, please follow
particular, don't send a copy of messages to my email address; I have
not asked you to do so.
Terry Hancock <email@example.com> writes:
> Ben Finney wrote:
> >> [CC Sampling Plus 1.0 license clause re. derivative works]
> > Trivially non-free. The DFSG freedom to create a derived work is
> > the freedom to create *any* derived work, not some limited subset
> > as defined in this license.
> I agree.
> However, I do have a question about this ...
> If I myself have sampled from a CC sampling plus work in producing a
> new work, I am under the impression that I'm pretty free to
> re-license as I please.
I don't see anything in the license that grants that freedom. The only
part that allows redistribution is quite explicit that it must be
under the terms of this license, and not "sublicense":
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