Deciphering licensing in Project Open Data - Creative Commons

abernard102@gmail.com 2013-05-21

Summary:

"Two weeks ago we wrote about the U.S. Executive Order and announcement of Project Open Data, an open source project (managed on Github) that lays out the implementation details behind behind the President’s Executive Order and memo. The project offers more information on open licenses, and gives examples of acceptable licenses for U.S. federal data. Some of this information is clear, while other pieces require more clarification. Below we’ve provided some commentary and notes on the licensing parts of Project Open Data ..."

Link:

http://creativecommons.org/weblog/entry/38316

From feeds:

Gudgeon and gist » Creative Commons » Commons News
Open Access Tracking Project (OATP) » abernard102@gmail.com

Tags:

united states data weblog open data policy project open data oa.new oa.psi oa.licensing oa.comment oa.government oa.usa oa.green oa.copyright oa.cc oa.obama_directive oa.project_open_data oa.repositories oa.libre oa.data oa.policies

Authors:

Timothy Vollmer

Date tagged:

05/21/2013, 09:10

Date published:

05/20/2013, 05:16