Hmmm. If I wanted to stick a CC A-SA-ND licensed logo on my webcomic, which
uses a CC A-SA-NC license, would the licenses be incompatible? Initial gut
reaction says "yes they would." Of course putting the logo on a site
be a problem unless the entirety of the site and all content within fell under
a single license, in which case you'd need to add an exception and some
Christopher B. Wright (wrightc@...537...)
: Technology Is Not Your Friend
On Tue July 21 2009 9:31:53 am Shawn H. Corey wrote:
Ted Gould wrote:
> We don't have an official policy yet. We're working on that and I think
> it's getting close. But, I can't imagine anything that we would do that
> would limit any usage that would promote Inkscape as a project.
I suggest that you license all text and images associated with Inkscape
with Creative Commons Attributions-Share Alike-No Derivatives.
Why No Derivatives? Three words: nude Minnie Mouse.
There is no telling what strange things people will come up with if you
allow them free play with your public image. It's best to limit them
from the start.