Le Wed, 10 Dec 2014 10:40:14 -0800,
Joel Madero <email@example.com> a écrit :
Le mercredi 10 décembre 2014 à 10:23 -0800, Joel Madero a écrit :
On 12/10/2014 09:25 AM, Adolfo Jayme Barrientos wrote:
it is still mandatory that people release their work to the public
domain, as it was the case in the last contest? That was my only
gripe at the time, as IMHO it reduced both the quantity and
quality of the work received.
IMHO this is a requirement - I'm not sure about legally but I
think as a practical point they must be released under copyleft
licenses, free to use and distribute as desired.
Note that public domain is completely different from copyleft.
Indeed, I should have been clearer. I definitely mean copyleft and not
public domain :)
Like Joel said :-) I will answer in more details tomorrow.
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