- Jun 28, 2007
> On 5/27/07, Ivan F. Villanueva B. <ivan@...> wrote:
>> But the content of the book is not free. It would be great if the
>> authors will release at least some parts (e.g. the Summaries and the
>> Bibliographical and Historical Notes) in a Creative Commons License.
On Sun, May 27, 2007 10:33:10AM -0700, Peter Norvig wrote:
> That's an interesting idea. Of course the publishers, not the authors, are
> thee ones with the right to do that. But the authors can encourage the
> publishers to do so.
That's probably because the authors, not the publishers, didn't care enough
about the rights of the published work and the specific parts of the contract.
I would suggest a license like that for as many parts of the book as possible:
That would be really great. We are in the 21. century, with amazing new things
like Wikipedia. Help the new generation!
Iván F. Villanueva B.
A.I. Open Source project: -- www.artificialidea.com
FFII.org Deutschland -- de.ffii.org
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