Peter17

Member Since: February 26, 2013

Country: United States

  • News - Help Support the Open Har… | about 10 months ago

    It’s really timely that you’re discussing this, for the next iteration of the Open Source Science Tricorder project I’ve actually drafted a CC-BY-SA derived license that’s been modified both with much of the same IP language found in TAPR/CERN, and with the requirement that for for-profit use, 10% of the profits must be donated to a basic literacy or science education charity (though I think in the final version this will also allow a split between science/literacy charities and the EFF and/or OSHWA). Since a lot of folks are already using CC-BY-SA for open hardware, my hope is that this could be a drop-in replacement. I sent the draft to Alicia earlier this week to get OSHWA’s comments – I can send a copy your way if you’d like? I’m particularly interested in the charitable contribution percentage (10% net), and whether that’s a realistic number given typical margins. In the end the benefit in the form of charitable contributions are only as useful as the adoption rate of the license.

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