The question is however as well: how many open licensed content creators would switch to NC if they were aware that this would be 'good enough' for Wikipedia - even if that means in reality only English Wikipedia (but who cares about other languages) and without actually allowing to build on top
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People are not conscious of NC module also because we don't take a clear approach about it. Centralizing the storage of NC files is probably one of the clear step to make the community and third parties more conscious. One of the causes of the current confusion is precisely because we treat
look, I have spoken with dozen of artists so far, the missing opportunity in almost zero. The cost of the confusion and the waste of time is still a lot. I have stopped even trying, I simply say immediately "of course you would like to give NC, you can't, because there are strong ideological
Doc James raised the issue of pragmatism v idealism and that essay is indeed rather focussed on the idealistic arguments against NC. EmuFarmers has touched on the pragmatic side of the debate, and I think it worth reminding ourselves about that dimension as well. So here are some pragmatic
Hello, Thank you for the link, Erik, I am going to read Pete Forsyth‘s text carefully. My thinking about the module was influenced by some WMD publications, by Till Kreutzer and also this one: https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Free_Knowledge_thanks_to_Creative_Commons_Licenses.pdf So I learned
On Sat, Jul 11, 2020 at 9:20 PM Alessandro Marchetti via Wikimedia-l < firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > Are we really sure he would have done something in any case if we did not > provide such options? > It's pretty hard to be sure about the hypothetical behavior of individuals.