Hi John, Daniel
The Freesound samples use a Creative Commons Sampling+ 1.0 License
<http://creativecommons.org/licenses/sampling+/1.0/> which allows you:
To sample, mash-up, or otherwise creatively transform this work for
commercial or noncommercial purposes.
To perform, display, and distribute copies of this whole work for
noncommercial purposes (e.g., file-sharing or noncommercial webcasting).
I think the second right applies in this case. Seems like I'm going to
have to try to get some re-licensing done :)
On 21/12/2009 00:37, John Wilson wrote:
The link on the bottom of the http://www.freesound.org website links
to http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nd/2.0/ which is the
creative commons license with the attribution/no-derivitive options,
but not the no-commercial option. While its true that CC has a
no-commercial clause, its only an option that doesn't have to be in
I don't know if the no derivative clause would be a problem though...I
also don't know the license that the specific sounds that Gavin used
(if they differ from the webpage that has this message 'This site is
licensed under a Creative Commons License
[http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nd/2.0/] by MTG
<http://www.mtg.upf.edu/> (UPF <http://www.upf.edu/>). | Contact
Webmaster <http://www.freesound.org/contact.php> | Some Rights Reserved! '
On Sun, Dec 20, 2009 at 3:04 PM, Daniel Markstedt <markst...@gmail.com
Thanks for the new version. I've uploaded it to our download server
and updated the wiki page.
It seems the URL to the forum page is bad. Guess you're referring to
To answer your question, any contents included with Freeciv must have
a license that is compatible with the GNU GPL v2. I just had a quick
look again at the Creative Commons license that Freesounds refer to,
and it unfortunately has a clause that forbids commercial use, which
is a no-go in in the FLOSS world. Perhaps you could hear with
Freesounds if they offer some kind of dual-licensing deal for open
Oh and BTW, for future packages I suggest you put your own name
somewhere in README file. This is a common practice.
On Mon, Dec 14, 2009 at 11:23 AM, Gavin <mdc...@gmail.com
> Hey all
> I made an update to the soundset based on some feedback from a
> Could we add this updated version to the FTP?
> Forum post: http://forum.freeciv.org/viewtopic.php
> Direct download: http://pedantic.co.za/freeciv/freesounds-1.1.zip
> Another question: What would it take for this to become the new
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