[open-bibliography] A 4 star classification-scheme for open cultural meta-data
mjr at phonecoop.coop
Tue Jun 7 12:38:11 BST 2011
Karen Coyle wrote:
> The document was created during the LOD-LAM (http://lod-lam.net)
> meeting in San Francisco last week. I could export it, but it's being
> discussed and commented on using the Google Docs comments, and that is
> probably the most interesting part. It is similar to the Open Data
> done by JISC/RL-UK, but simpler. The four stars are: CC-0, CC-BY,
> CC-BY-SA and an added version of CC-BY that can take a particular
> attribution license.
Thanks for the summary. Mildly concerned that "an added version of
CC-BY" may mean licence proliferation; pretty disappointed that
this is on Google Docs meaning that people who care about service
provider openness are excluded from most of the discussion.
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