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question:copyright
question:copyright


Author Comment Last activity Moderation
zengirl2 "Thanks, glad I asked. " | Read more » almost 5 years ago
cfastie "That depends on where the article is published. Some publishers are stricter than others. It's usually okay to post the abstract of the article an..." | Read more » almost 5 years ago
nshapiro "so nice to see an expert saying: "hey! what i have expertise in is not as helpful as other approaches" thanks liz! " | Read more » almost 6 years ago
liz "This article has some helpful talking points about how applying licenses alone won't guarantee a thriving / collaborative project, and points out h..." | Read more » almost 6 years ago
ananyo2012 "Sorry for the inconvenience. Just testind a bug in this question. " | Read more » almost 6 years ago
ananyo2012 "Sorry for the inconvenience. Just testind a bug in this question. " | Read more » almost 6 years ago
nshapiro "Super helpful! Thank you! This aspect is actually software, and yes I've read and am advocating for the Cern Licence over here :) Thank you Liz! " | Read more » almost 6 years ago
liz "In a nutshell, permissive open source licenses mean someone can take what's been committed to the commons and build a closed branch off of it. This..." | Read more » almost 6 years ago
nshapiro "This is great! Thanks! I did think there was a difference but I wasn't sure what it was. thanks for pinpointing it and then situating it in longer ..." | Read more » almost 6 years ago
warren "The MIT license is a permissive open source license, and is not copyleft -- meaning that, unlike the GPL or CC-BY-SA (sharealike), derivative works..." | Read more » almost 6 years ago
nshapiro "Thanks, Chris! This is very very helpful. I might add some of this information to the licenses wiki to clarify just how these processes work. Than..." | Read more » almost 6 years ago
cfastie "Nick, I think it's a little misleading to say that a Creative Commons license does not claim to be a copyright. Typically, when you produce a new c..." | Read more » almost 6 years ago