Why is The Bizarre Cathedral licence "non-free"?Oct 26, 2008, 00:04 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Ryan Cartwright)
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"The four freedoms cannot apply to creative works — particularly something like a strip cartoon. There is no source code for users to study and modify. Copyleft can apply to artwork though and the Creative Commons licences are the most common form of copyleft licence for artwork. The FSF (whom most of my correspondents seem to refer to in their arguments) states that Creative Commons licences are incompatible with the GNU GPL or GNU FDL.
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