September 12, 2013
Thank you, Bill, for this CC By-SA logo - that is a great help - I will place it on our sites too.
Maybe you can tell me - I noticed that they have a Creative Commons just for the USA? That struck me as a little odd - take a look at this web page - it has an American flag on it - but should that be our link?
… or is there an international Creative Commons license that would be better since we are in so many countries?
This one says "unported" - whatever that means! … is this the better link?
Very good. That rounds it out very nicely. I recently did some art
work and also licensed it under creative commons license. You can
use other images that state the license explicitly:
On 09/11/2013 12:57 PM, Valerie Sutton
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September 11, 2013
Dear SignWriting List Members -
I am sure you all know that SignWriting is free to use, and
so are the images on our web sites. It always has been free to
use. But the internet is a strange place sometimes and some
people got worried that maybe SignWriting was not free to
use…Apparently I needed to state it very clearly on our web
All this means is that they are free to use….But it states it
in legal talk, on the web… (big smile ;-)
I never realized I needed such a statement, but I am glad to
understand how other web sites do things, so I have now placed
this Creative Commons statement at the bottom of SignWriting.org
on the front page. I am hoping this will help ;-)
And I plan to place it on our other web sites too...
Gerard blogged about it on his blog today - Thank you,
So what stuff do we have on the web?