Our IP policy! We already updated art policy to make use of US Code - Fair Use laws.
I would like to take a look at our text policies next, as it seems to be a reasonable thing to double check to make sure we're up to date. So here's what we have right now:
I would like to update this policy to one that's a much more modern version of this that has minimal impact on the rights and publishing rights of the original creator of content. Which is to say - I'd like to update us to Creative Commons.
Please take a look around here at the CC site if you're interested in this sort of thing http://creativecommons.org/
The specific license I would suggest putting Vaxia content under is this one: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/
- If you change your mind after you vote, you will be able to go back in and delete or change your vote up until the proposal closes.
- The form will be open for 2 weeks, after which it will automatically close.
- If the original poster edits it in that timespan the timer will re-set. This is to make sure everyone can get a chance to weigh in.
- Only users active when the proposal was created can vote on it. This is to avoid ballot stuffing.
- No one, not even the original poster will be able to see the names or IP addresses of the people do vote.
- After the two week window has passed, the proposal will close and results will be publicly availble in a tab on this page.
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