from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • proper n. Creative Commons Attribution license.


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  • Inspired by this European Digital Rights Initiative article on "The Silence of the Chips" (a proposal to redesign your radio-enabled ID cards so that you can control when they work and when they're switched off), Oneillkza created this CC-BY logo for the idea, and made a CafePress tee in case you wanted to add it to your sartorial repertoire.

    Boing Boing

  • Under CC-BY, users of the content are only required to give attribution to Uncensored Interview as the content source.

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  • Not only was President Barack Obama's campaign site, Change. gov, licensed under Creative Commons license, but all third party content on Whitehouse. gov, the official Web site of the U.S. administration, is licensed under CC-BY.

    Esther Wojcicki: Creative Commons In 2009: The Accomplishments In Promoting Worldwide Sharing

  • So, GNU FDL data aggregated CC-BY data into one database sounds like an interesting...

    Open Data: license, rights, aggregation, clean interfaces?

  • What's more, it's released under a CC-BY license and collaboratively maintained on the iCommons wiki so anyone can syndicate it, or add details of events.

    Boing Boing: August 6, 2006 - August 12, 2006 Archives

  • Meanwhile, I would like to take the opportunity to advertise Noel's cinfony paper in CCJ (doi:10.1186/1752-153X-2-24) which features these speed measurements (from the paper, CC-BY license): I have to say that these numbers surprised me, as the CDK is hardly optimized for speed at al...

    Archive 2008-12-01

  • Using CC-BY is sensible for some uses - indeed, Tinfinger will do the same for its data and 150-word profile articles - but to me it seems strange for MetaWeb because the economics are all wrong.

    Archive 2008-01-01

  • MetaWeb's business model for their flagship product Freebase, stated as somewhat of a vague afterthought in their FAQ, is to charge large corporate users for access to that database, which is licensed as CC-BY meaning that it's free to use with attribution back to the source.

    Picks and shovels of the semantic Web want to be free

  • It makes perfect sense for Wikipedia to use CC-BY, because although they don't allow money to change hands for the production of any of their content, the currency they operate in is PageRank, and CC-BY is arguably the finest PageRank-building mechanism known to man.

    Picks and shovels of the semantic Web want to be free

  • If you are wondering why Wikipedia is in the top 10 results for just about every search term in Google, look no further than the CC-BY license, because they get links back from every page on the Web which reprints Wikipedia content, of which there are legion.

    Archive 2008-01-01


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