Re: [education] Antwort: [openchain] Open Source Law Book
Iain G. Mitchell QC <igmitchell@...>
I've checked the hard copy, which shows:toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
Original Edition 2011 Open Source Press, Munich/Germany
"Creative Commins - Attribution-No-Derivs 3.0 Unported"
From: Matija Šuklje [mailto:matija@...]
Sent: 10 December 2020 12:24
To: OpenChain Education <education@...>; education@...
Cc: OpenChain Main <main@...>; Till Jaeger <jaeger@...>; Ywein Van den Brande <ywein.vandenbrande@...>; Iain G. Mitchell QC <igmitchell@...>
Subject: Re: [education] Antwort: [openchain] Open Source Law Book
Die 10. 12. 20 et hora 09:34 scripsisti:
And perhaps Matija has a few notes, as IIRC he was lead on the GitHubI don’t have the physical book, but according to the following file, it seems to me like it is under CC-BY-ND. It would be useful if Editors could confirm or deny it. Honestly, we haven’t discussed that yet, when the conversion to MarkDown was started, which in hind-sight might have been a good to do.
LicenseThis is also reflected on the back cover:
I could not find any copyright notice in it though, so I guess the authors (and editors) still hold their respective rights.
That is, unfortunately, as much as I can help …apart from getting my act together and working on cleaning up the MarkDown so it can be used to generate PDFs and a website. Thanks for the gentle reminder ;)