[OSM-legal-talk] Are CT contributors are in breach of the CC-BY-SA license?
80n80n at gmail.com
Sun Apr 17 13:30:12 BST 2011
> On 17 April 2011 12:09, andrzej zaborowski <balrogg at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I asked a similar question in
>> and the answer (which I can't find now) from Frederik and others is
>> that most likely "your contribution" in this case equals to only the
>> *modification* of the original data. So you're granting OSM a license
>> on your modification of the original data, and not the exact contents
>> of the XML document being uploaded.
The question is whether you can upload a CC-BY-SA licensed work under
any other license than CC-BY-SA?
If I grant you a license to use a creative work under CC-BY-SA, can
you then give it to some third party under a different license? I
don't see that CC-BY-SA permits this.
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