[lore] How to be a crap sysadmin Part 1: Backups
davyd at madeley.id.au
Thu Apr 27 22:53:06 WST 2006
On Thu, 2006-04-27 at 22:42 +0800, David Basden wrote:
> On Thu, Apr 27, 2006 at 09:59:19PM +0800, Davyd Madeley wrote:
> > David,
> > On Thu, 2006-04-27 at 14:54 +0800, David Basden wrote:
> > > Copyright (c)2006 David Basden, All rights reserved
> > > A non-exclusive, non-transferrable licence is granted to the University
> > > Computer Club to publish this article in both printed and electronic
> > > form as part of a single edition of the publication "Murphys Lore".
> > Is there any chance of you considering a creative commons license for
> > your work? I would very much like to see this journal published under
> > the terms of the creative commons.
> No problem. Most of what I care about is being hacked-and-slashed
> without attribution by other places (have been to I.P. hell and back
> in the past), and the easiest way to fix that is to assert copyright
> and licence in a specific way so people can't claim ignorance.
> Have you got a URL?
I think CC-BY-NC-SA (Attribution, Non-commercial, Share-a-like) would
probably be the most appropriate:
This would allow for reprinting/republication of our work for
non-commercial purposes as long as it is attributed to the writer. It
also allows your work to be freely translated into other languages if
offered under the terms of the same license (in which case it will be
attributed to both you as the writer and the translator).
For what it's worth, GNOME Journal releases under
>  e.g. large publishing houses writing dodgy PC magazines.
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