On Thu, Feb 10, 2011 at 9:53 PM, David Nelson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
When it's not possible to establish definite licensing for a template,
does that perhaps suggest that either there was never any formal
licensing or that we couldn't really be blamed much for further
Also, many of the templates we might accumulate would probably undergo
some additional development/maintenance work, and might even end up a
I do understand your praiseworthy concerns, Marc, but I'm wondering if
you're not being a *little* over-cautious?
What do others think?
As an open source community I think it is vitally important that we
fully respect intellectual property rights of each individual who
contributed these templates. The fact that they are not flagged as
open source or copyright does not make them free for all.
If we cannot establish their licence and attribution we should not be
using or distributing them under a potentially new licence without the
express permission of the contributor.
You and I would expect the same treatment for our contributions.
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