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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).
Free Art License
Copyleft license applied to artistic content and projects.
GNU Free Documentation License
A version of the GPL for reference material.
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.
Open Database License
A share-alike licence for data and databases from Open Data Commons. Includes licence text, implementation instructions, and an FAQ.
Open Directory Project License
The license agreement for replicating ODP data.
Open Game License
License of the Open Gaming Foundation, as drafted by Wizards of the Coast.
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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