[d at DCC] Please tell me what to call this...
bill61 at srasku.net
Tue Aug 5 22:31:23 EDT 2008
The BSD is a software licence that does what you want. Unless you transfer
your copyright to someone else you should retain all rights to your work
regardless of what licence you release it under.
On Tue, Aug 5, 2008 at 17:59, Hendrik <hiz--flb at islandnet.com> wrote:
> please give me some advice - what kind of recognised/ recognisable
> license (BE: licence, hereafter always implied) can/ should i use in the
> situation described in the enclosed statement (or, if there is no exact
> match, which license you know of that comes closest)?
> TIA and regards: Hendrik
> (1) I grant the readers, listeners, viewers of something i have created
> the right to copy, redistribute, excerpt, modify (edit), parody, or
> otherwise use, in full or in part, with or without adding additional
> content, my [insert your choice: creative idea / method / musical score
> / poem / story / music recording / picture / video recording ] in any
> way they see fit, including for the purpose of making money and without
> being required to mention who the creator of said [... ] is, but with
> the exception that, if they choose to mention the creator of said [... ]
> at all, they must mention that it is me.
> (2) I retain exactly the same rights to do with said [... ] that i grant
> others under (1). I also retain the right to publicize the fact that i
> am the creator of a given [... ] if the person or entity making use of
> said [... ] has chosen not to mention that.
> (3) If readers, listeners, viewers grant a license themselves, in
> regards to any derivative work they have created that include, or
> otherwise make use of, any parts of my work, those licenses (licences)
> may be less or more restrictive than my own license but must in no case
> contradict (2).
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