On 24/10/11 04:54, Nick Copeland wrote:
Actually one of the main ideas of many (most?) Creative Commons variants is that
while allowing various uses of the material copyright is claimed, and credit and
acknowledgement is required.
Creative Commons is usually very different from public domain.
This especially applies if the reason behind releasing something for
non-commercial use under a CC license is to promote yourself, and your work ...
hoping to get some paid work as a result, or hoping someone may wish to pay to
use the work released as non-commercial in a commercial context.
So a means of helping ensure that the work remains identified as yours may be
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