[squeak-dev] CC-licensed artwork?

Hannes Hirzel hannes.hirzel at gmail.com
Sun Apr 25 17:03:47 UTC 2010

On 4/25/10, Ian Trudel <ian.trudel at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Bert,
> The reason that I have mentioned CC license is because this is
> something graphic designers understand and a lot of artworks is
> available under CC.

"content creators" know CC,

>They might not be so familiar with MIT license.

The MIT license is for software code.

> CC-BY seems alright to me but it's a good idea to ask SFC.

The link

-- Hannes

> 2010/4/25 Bert Freudenberg <bert at freudenbergs.de>:
>> On 25.04.2010, at 06:02, Ian Trudel wrote:
>>> Would Creative Common an acceptable license? Which other licenses
>>> would be acceptable? (Board members, what do you think?)
>> Hard to answer, and I wouldn't know whom to ask. SFC maybe? The MIT
>> license makes no restrictions whatsoever. CC means "some rights reserved".
>> All CC-NC variants are out obviously. CC-ND is impractical, we need to be
>> able to modify stuff. And CC-SA does require sharing - which is not a bad
>> thing in itself, but MIT does not require it.
>> The only one I could imagine for inclusion in Squeak would be CC-BY, which
>> only requires attribution, but has no further strings attached. But IANAL
>> and every license we add complicates things. It would be better if it was
>> simply given under MIT.
>> - Bert -
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