Hi Mani, Digitised content would hold copyright for only that specific edition, layout and formatting as well as any graphics added in it which is not present in the original work. Content always remain free and in public domain after 60 years of death of the original author.
Regards, Dhaval On 25 Sep 2014 08:20, "A. Mani" <a.mani....@gmail.com> wrote: > On Thu, Sep 25, 2014 at 9:49 AM, Anivar Aravind > <anivar.arav...@gmail.com> wrote: > > As Ravi pointed 11th Century Kannada literature is already public domain > . > > There is no point in re-licensing it as CC-BY-SA . > > Digitization does not create fresh copyright . While thanking Govt for > their > > efforts to make it available , please dont create fresh copyright on it . > > And while looking at details, There was no point of time in which govt > of > > Karanataka had copyright on this content . > > > digitization does create copyright. Whatever mess they do, that belongs to > them. > We need it for proper attribution. > > The problem is severe in many historical/archaeological studies. > > People do not agree on symbols from Harappan studies for example. > > > > Best > > A. Mani > > > > A. Mani > [Last_Name. First_Name Format] > CU, ASL, AMS, ISRS, CLC, CMS > HomePage: http://www.logicamani.in > Blog: http://logicamani.blogspot.in/ > sip:girlprofes...@ekiga.net > > _______________________________________________ > Wikimediaindia-l mailing list > Wikimediaindiaemail@example.com > To unsubscribe from the list / change mailing preferences visit > https://lists.wikimedia.org/mailman/listinfo/wikimediaindia-l >
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