tom at acrewoods.net
Mon Jul 9 18:25:39 BST 2007
On Monday 09 July 2007 10:57:46 80n wrote:
> > Web presentation:
> > "(cc) OpenStreetMap, some rights reserved"
> > With both the phrases 'OpenStreetMap' and 'Some Rights reserved' linked
> > to appropriate places on the OSM website.
> > Paper presentation:
> > "(cc) www.openstreetmap.org some rights reserved"
> > Or
> > "(cc) www.openstreetmap.org some rights reserved (CC-BY-SH)"
> "(cc) www.openstreetmap.org some rights reserved (CC-BY-SA)"
Can the 'CC-BY-SA' make it into all presentations, unless the newer CC icons
that include that string are used? It's almost completely meaningless to just
say "some rights reserved" or "under a CC license", and CC have to their
credit been trying to get people to clarify the specific license being used.
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