On 31/03/2017, Nico Huber <nico.h(a)gmx.de> wrote:
On 31.03.2017 23:38, Sam Kuper wrote:
On 31/03/2017, David Hendricks
On Fri, Mar 31, 2017 at 10:20 AM, Sam Kuper
Also, to further address Patrick's point
above about marketing
material: it is important that the provenance of information about
Coreboot can be established. This is a reputational matter. That means
it is important that people should not legally be able to misrepresent
Coreboot contributors' views, etc,
Both CC-BY and CC-BY-SA have "no endorsement" clauses
Yes, but because CC BY imposes no restrictions on *second*-derivative
I'm not convinced. Relicensing adapted
work under different conditions would require the explicit permission
by the copyright holder.
No, it wouldn't. That's what makes CC BY different from CC BY-SA.
(And I think you mean "licensing" rather than "relicensing", assuming
we are both talking about the first time that the *adapted work* is
licensed to the public.)
And I can't find that permission in CC BY.
See, especially, §1(a), §1(c), §1(h), §3(b), §3(d), and §4(b):