This one time, at band camp, Dominic Hargreaves wrote:
In the case if this licence, if it's made
sufficiently close to by-sa I
think you could argue that the change was functionally equivalent to the
It looks, from the discussion, that it's going to just be an optional
tweak on by-sa, which might resolve the problem.
The GPL allows licensees to use the version of the licence on the work
or any later version. by-sa 1.0 doesn't seem to have this, but 2.0 does
seem to have it.
This entails quite a bit of trust in the organisation that writes the
legal stuff, though the licence details seem to force that down a bit.
"under the terms of this License, a later version of this License with
the same License Elements as this License, or a Creative Commons
iCommons license that contains the same License Elements as this
Rev Simon Rumble <simon(a)rumble.net>
The Tourist Engineer
Because nerds travel too.
Old ravers never die. They just decide house music isn't
so bad after all.