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By: iterating toward openness » Blog Archive » Contra NC - Mostly

Wed, 01 Apr 2009 22:37:17 +0000

[...] I began developing the notion of the 4Rs of open content. (These were first presented in the “Open Education License” draft back in 2007.) The 4Rs include the rights [...]



By: Giorgos Cheliotis

Tue, 14 Oct 2008 03:27:00 +0000

Hi, I saw you quoted one of my old blog posts on CC usage. It is very outdated by now! Current estimates of the number of CC licensed content are at about 100 million, not 40.



By: Andrew Rens

Tue, 19 Aug 2008 09:41:18 +0000

Why not wait to see how CC 0 develops before licence proliferation? CC 0 seems to meet your criteria. If it does not, then why not?



By: Unilever Centre for Molecular Informatics, Cambridge - petermr’s blog » Blog Archive » What do we mean by open science?

Fri, 24 Aug 2007 21:52:55 +0000

[...] Wiley’s Open Education License, an attempt to put legal muscle into a Public Domain dedication; the linked post contains an [...]



By: Can a personal genome sequence get a creative commons license? : The Personal Genome

Mon, 13 Aug 2007 05:09:09 +0000

[...] more discussion on data licenses, there is a good discussion happening elsewhere via Deepak Singh, David Wiley, and Peter Murray-Rust. August 13, 2007 | Filed Under Open Access, Privacy, Genomic Data, [...]



By: Steve Foerster

Sun, 12 Aug 2007 14:53:38 +0000

I should add that I hadn't heard that insightful cross-cultural argument against requiring attribution before. I had always assumed that attribution was a harmless requirement but no I see how it could be otherwise.



By: Dr. Klaus Graf

Sun, 12 Aug 2007 00:15:23 +0000

German declaration according § 32 III German Copyright Law making a work nearly Public Domain: http://archiv.twoday.net/stories/4157270/



By: Peter Rawsthorne

Sat, 11 Aug 2007 19:36:43 +0000

I'm going to stray from the questioning theme of the other comments and state that I like this description. I'm still fence sitting on the actual license... I like this description for it is articulates the issues around an open educational license. I may be so bold to say it is the best I have read. Its been hard to find a good written description of the issues within such a OER license. And finding the right balance for open educational content licensing does seem to be hard. I agree with the statements about Remix vs. Reuse and as an educator I would say a 10:1 ratio of remix over reuse is correct. I also like the comments about attribution and how this could limit the use of materials, particularly cross-culturally... In the end, I like how David has put this on the table. At a time where ccLearn is being developed it may bring more views into the fold as ccLearn (and others) mature...



By: » Open science and licensing » business|bytes|genes|molecules

Sat, 11 Aug 2007 17:14:20 +0000

[...] reading Open education license draft Assymetry, Hypcrisy, and Public [...]



By: Unilever Centre for Molecular Informatics, Cambridge - petermr’s blog » Blog Archive » open data: concepts from David Wiley

Sat, 11 Aug 2007 15:18:39 +0000

[...] Open Education License Draft Published by david [...]