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Re: [sc-dev] its time for a User library

On Feb 28, 2006, at 11:40 AM, Julian Rohrhuber wrote:

So a GPL-compatible licence should be added (to cover the use in concerts, albums, films etc.) here I think cc is the right way; the same applies to tutorials and papers, but should be optional in order not to interfere with other publishers agreements.

i get a bit confused above.

for applications/programs we would like GPL

for music etc. we would like CC

many things are hard to classify :)

for tutorials we would like CC but allow a different copyright to be stated on the individual document.

I think with SF we can state that there are multiple licenses for the project.

any individual document can state a specific copyright when it needs to.

The only thing that is important to me is that people should be able to release music and perform it using things from here. Credit should be given when there is print space suitable for that (or on the web). Mostly people should enjoy stating that they used collaborative means to get a result.

I have never liked it when you have to spend half your working day scrolling down past long inline copyright notices until you get to the code.

There are some exciting things happening with web2.0 stuff. Flickr mashups are looking great now, you can query the flickr server and match by shape or by color and get results. There are some sound repositories online, but none of them are dynamically queryable.