Re: Antwort: [openchain] Open Source Law Book

Malcolm Bain

+1 as author for Spain. BY-SA for my chapter, if no editor copyright.






De: main@... <main@...> En nombre de Carlo Piana via
Enviado el: jueves, 10 de diciembre de 2020 7:49
Para: main@...; Till Jaeger <jaeger@...>; Ywein Van den Brande <ywein.vandenbrande@...>
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Asunto: Re: Antwort: [openchain] Open Source Law Book




I don't recall if we, as authors of individual chapters (need some updates), assigned our copyright to the publisher or else.


Personally I an Simone would be content with a cc-by of sort. I would be surprised if we stipulated anything more restrictive than by-sa.






From: Shane Coughlan <scoughlan@...>
Sent: Thursday, December 10, 2020 07:39
To: main@...; Till Jaeger; Ywein Van den Brande
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Subject: Re: Antwort: [openchain] Open Source Law Book


Oh! Interesting. Oversight. I’ll check with the other editors.


Hey Till, Ywein, which license should the book be under?

On Dec 10, 2020, at 15:36, Stefan Thanheiser <Stefan.Thanheiser@...> wrote:

Hi Shane,

great stuff - thanks for sharing.

Under which license can we use this material?
(Sorry to ask, but it seems as there's no statement on that on the repo...)


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"Shane Coughlan" ---10.12.2020 06:06:59---Greetings all Some years ago I was one of the editors of a law book covering open source country by


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Greetings all

Some years ago I was one of the editors of a law book covering open source country by country:

The book is now out of print but text files and all the other source material is right here:

I thought this might be useful. I just had a call today where I was asked about exactly this type of analysis.


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