VS: Antwort: [openchain] Open Source Law Book
Martin von Willebrand
Re Finland, all these licenses are ok for me.
On top of the structure we derived from Ywein et al, if any, I believe we need to check what rights we gave to the publisher. In a pre-print copy of the work I have, the copyright is mentioned to belong to “Open Source Press”. Working from the distance, I don’t have access to my archives currently. Digging mails from 2010/2011 is of course an option too.
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Puolesta Andrew Katz
England and Wales: I’m a bit reluctant to use BY-SA as it does make it more difficult to quote parts of the book in other works. I’d be happy with CC-BY (but if the consensus is CC-BY-SA, then fine. Ultimately, since I think the Ur-chapter which we all based ours on was written by Ywein (correct me if I’m wrong), all chapters will ultimately be driven by his decision anyway)).
+1 for Switzerland. BY-SA.
From: main@... <main@...> On Behalf Of Malcolm Bain via lists.openchainproject.org
Sent: jeudi, 10 décembre 2020 08:33
To: main@...; Till Jaeger <jaeger@...>; Ywein Van den Brande <ywein.vandenbrande@...>
Subject: Re: Antwort: [openchain] Open Source Law Book
+1 as author for Spain. BY-SA for my chapter, if no editor copyright.
En nombre de Carlo Piana via lists.openchainproject.org
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@...>
Oh! Interesting. Oversight. I’ll check with the other editors.
Hey Till, Ywein, which license should the book be under?
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