Screencasts - Cheese
nicu_fedora at nicubunu.ro
Wed Jun 11 06:35:03 UTC 2008
Jeff Spaleta wrote:
> 2008/6/10 Clint Savage <herlo1 at gmail.com>:
>> What are the licensing options? I've never even looked into licensing video. If it were
>> Open Publication License would work. Does that work for video?
> It's going to be one of the more liberal CC licenses, perhaps
> something as liberal as CC-BY-SA. I'm going to make an arbitrary
> decision for now that for the time being people experimenting with
> Fedora videos license under CC-BY-SA, with an understanding that if
> the acceptable licensing changes as part of on-going discussions the
> video creators are willing to relicense the works accordingly.
Count me as a supporter of licensing as CC-BY-SA: it encourage others to
remix our videos and also allows us to include in our videos stuff made
by other people and licensed as CC-BY-SA.
From all the CC licenses, it seems the only viable options are CC-BY
and CC-BY-SA (the other, NC and ND are *not free*).
Using a CC license could work also as a marketing vehicle, licenses as
OPL are largely unknown, when people hear about something released under
such license will react like "whatever, that is *some* content released
under *some* license", but using CC will create more buzz.
Also, we can try a collaboration with ccLiveContent (is that project
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