Re: [Wikimedia-l] Request for status update on CC-BY-SA 4.0

2018-05-16 Thread Samuel Klein
No. OCW uses CC-NC-SA 4.0; Wikimedia uses CC-SA 3.0. Denny is asking where we are in upgrading to CC-SA 4.0, which is a very good question. :) That will provide all of the same modes of reuse as the 3.0 license, but is more cleanly compatible with other 4.0 licenses, particularly around edge

Re: [Wikimedia-l] Solve legal uncertainty of Wikidata

2018-05-16 Thread Gerard Meijssen
Hoi, Thank you for the overly broad misrepresentation. As always, copyright is predatory. As we can prove that copyright is the enemy of science and knowledge we should not be upset that *copyright *is abused we should welcome it as it proves the point. Also when we use texts from everywhere and

Re: [Wikimedia-l] Gendergap approach causing problems

2018-05-16 Thread Delphine Dallison
> Now compiling a repository of such orally transmitted histories and > traditions would be an amazing idea for a new project in my opinion. I would suggest that we already have a repository built for purpose to gather these oral histories and it's Wikimedia Commons. I definitely agree that

Re: [Wikimedia-l] Request for status update on CC-BY-SA 4.0

2018-05-16 Thread Info WorldUniversity
I think this CC-4 licensing would allow for 1) sharing, 2) adapting, but 3) non-commercially. At least this is what I learned when I was in communication a number of times with the MIT associate *dean* of digital *learning Cecilia d'Oliveira *at the time about sharing CC-4 licensed MIT