Thursday, August 04, 2005

For All You Humans 

The Creative Commons Deed for the licence I'm considering is human-readable - "a human-readable summary of the Legal Code (the full license)."

The Legal Code is human-readable too, provided you can read and understand English. Why don't they write that the deed is a plain English summary?

And is there any reason not to give my licence jurisdiction as 'Australia' rather than 'General'?

Anyone know where I can get a freeware lawyer?

Comments:
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Good luck!

Dee
 
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