Vara Prasad Pepakayala
prasadpepakayala at gmail.com
Fri Aug 8 12:16:47 UTC 2008
So, What should I do to license the pictures which i have shot?
On Fri, Aug 8, 2008 at 5:41 PM, Nicu Buculei <nicu_fedora at nicubunu.ro>wrote:
> Martin Sourada wrote:
>> As for the license -
>> it is for you, as the author, to decide what can others do with your
>> work (can they use it? can they modify it?...) Unless you state
>> explicitly the rights you reserved for your work (either by writing them
>> down or selecting a licence that satisfy your needs/wants) it can be
>> considered Public Domain, which basically means that whoever can do
>> whatever he wants with your work (of course, with the exception of
>> deletion). In the art team we tend to use the CC-BY-SA licence as it
>> gives permission to others to re-use or modify your work as long as they
>> give you proper "credits" :-)
> The thing is, when no license is stated, all rights are presumed as
> reserved, the copyright kicks in automatically, the work is proprietary and
> we can't use it.
> Its been a while since I joined, the procedures have changed, is the CLA
> shown when someone create a FAS account? Will the signed CLA kicks in
> automatically for any file uploaded in the wiki?
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