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Re: License for Community Contributed Art?



Propose an idea and let's get legal's stance on it.  Propose a specific 
license, and why you think it is or isn't good.

It's really better not to go to legal with open-ended questions.  Figure 
out the answer that *you* want to get, and we'll fight to make it happen.

--g

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On Mon, 3 Apr 2006, Warren Togami wrote:

> Hi Greg,
> 
> Currently all Bluecurve theme art contained in Fedora is under the GPL. 
>   This however might not be the best license for art contributions to 
> Fedora.  Karsten Wade suggested maybe the OPL that we use for Fedora 
> Documentation would be good for Fedora Art.  Tango Project is using CC 
> attribution share-alike license.
> 
> Could you please talk to legal and figure out the best license for 
> Fedora Art contributions?
> 
> And do we want Bluecurve to remain under the GPL?  Some art contributors 
> were interested in submitting new icons in the Bluecurve theme, so we 
> need to think about how we handle this as we grow the art community.
> 
> Thanks,
> Warren Togami
> wtogami redhat com
> 


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