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Do you use Creative Commons licenses on YouTube?
If you've uploaded a video to YouTube recently, you may have noticed a new option to license your video. In addition to the Standard YouTube license, you now have a choice to select Creative Commons CC BY license [attribution - reuse allowed].
5 comments Posted 15 Nov 2011 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
Creative Commons posted two pieces to their blog today regarding their licenses, and in particular, CC0, the Creative Commons public domain notice. Plaintext versions of Creative Commons licenses The Creative Commons licenses are now available in plaintext form:
0 comments Posted 15 Apr 2011 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
NASA has been implementing an Open Government Plan for nearly a year, and this week they held the first NASA Open Source Summit in Mountain View, CA. But the roots of open source at NASA go back much further, to its founding legislation in 1958, which designed NASA as a source that would "provide... Read more
4 comments Posted 31 Mar 2011 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
When you procure proprietary software, you buy a right-to-use license and then a support agreement. But when you buy open source, you already have the right-to-use from the OSI-approved free license, so you should compare the subscription cost with just the cost of a proprietary support agreement.... Read more
0 comments Posted 10 Mar 2011 by Simon Phipps Feed

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