Re: Bug#383316: Please vet this modified CC license for uploading FoF music to non-free (was: Re: Could you please forward this proposed license to Teosto?)
"Jason Spiro" <email@example.com> wrote in message
On 5/15/07, Matthew Johnson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nd-nc/1.0/legalcode with 4. d.
You may not publicly display, publicly perform, or publicly digitally
perform the Work except as part of the game and you may not
distribute the Work except with the intention of it being used with
and 1. g.:
"The Game" means the game Frets on Fire or a derivative work of
Frets on Fire.
The license is below. Is it good enough for Tommi Inkila's FoF music
to be uploaded to non-free?
I do not personally see any distribution problems with this licence.
The only possible (general) issue is the exact definition of the game "Frets
Does that alow minor derivitives that use the same name? (That is what
Debian would be distributing,
most likely, as Debian packages often include patches against the source
It would be nice if this would be expanded to include all derivitves of FoF.
However, even just expansion to include all derivitives of FoF that retain
the same game style
(that is to say are still Guitar Hero clones), would be an improvment.