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  • Creative Commons License Generator - Service allowing quick and easy selection of one of a range of Open Content licenses to meet a content creators' requirements (concerning attribution, whether commercial use is allowed, and whether modification is allowed).
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  • Free Art License - Copyleft license applied to artistic content and projects.
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  • GNU Free Documentation License - A version of the GPL for reference material.
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  • October Open Game License - OOGL. The purpose of this License is to make a rulebook, game manual, sourcebook, supplement, or other written role-playing game document "free" in the sense that everyone is permitted to copy and redistribute it, with or without modifying it, either commercially or noncommercially.
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  • Open Content License - License for the Open Content Project
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  • Open Database License - A share-alike licence for data and databases from Open Data Commons. Includes licence text, implementation instructions, and an FAQ.
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  • Open Directory Project License - The license agreement for replicating ODP data.
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  • Open Game License - License of the Open Gaming Foundation, as drafted by Wizards of the Coast.
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  • Kuro5hin.org: Creative Commons - NC Licenses Considered Harmful - "One particular licensing option...is a growing problem for the free content community. It is the allow non-commercial use only (-NC) option. The 'non-commercial use only' variants of the Creative Commons licenses are non-free, and in some ways worse than traditional copyright law -- because it can be harder to move away from them once people have made the choice." (September 11, 2005)
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