[coreboot] Coreboot wiki: what license is the content under?
tpearson at raptorengineering.com
Thu Mar 16 20:36:02 CET 2017
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On 03/16/2017 02:27 PM, Sam Kuper wrote:
> Hi folks,
> I have looked at a number of pages on the Coreboot wiki, though not all of them.
> None of the pages I have looked at mentioned the license (if any)
> under which their content is available.
> My understanding is that means that much (maybe all) of the
> documentation in the Coreboot wiki is proprietary (at least, in the
> overwhelming majority of jurisdictions). IANAL, though.
> If my understanding is incorrect, please could you point me towards
> information that should correct it?
> Alternatively, it would be great if Coreboot could license the
> documentation in the wiki under one or more free culture licenses:
> Ideally, Coreboot would dual-license the content under the GFDL and CC
> BY-SA 3.0, making the content entirely license compatible with content
> from Wikipedia and from the Stack Exchange network of websites.
This is a good point. For what it's worth, anything contributed by
Raptor Engineering to the Wiki should be considered at least dual
licensed CC BY-SA 3.0 and GDFL; we'd love to see our content remixed /
improved by the community as long as attribution and share-alike is
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