[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: >Well, it prohibits an entire class of derivative works: the ones that >(accurately) credit the author of the original work! >As I said elsewhere: I can release an annotate version of a CC-licensed >novel, but I could be forbidden to accurately acknowledge the authorship >of the novel I comment on! >Don't you feel it's awkward? No. I feel that it is very reasonable for the author of a work to be able to request to not be credited if for some reason he does not want to be associated with some derivative works.
>I think that forcing modifiers to hide the origin of the work is >non-free. I don't. I think that DFSG #3 was never intended to cover this kind of clauses, and instead that this is a right which we should fully support. -- ciao, Marco -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with a subject of "unsubscribe". Trouble? Contact [EMAIL PROTECTED]