On Fri, May 22, 2009 at 2:04 PM, Jessica Coates <j2.coa...@qut.edu.au> wrote:
> This is possibly the biggest Creative Commons development since it launched
> in 2002, and great boon to the free culture community.

It's certainly good for Creative Commons. It's really a neutral for
the free culture movement as a whole, since the licences remain as
incompatible as ever, and since the opening up of Wikimedia content to
be incorporated into CC-BY-SA content (and vice versa) is
counterbalanced by the loss of the ability to work with GFDL resources
in the same way.

Stephen Bain

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