[Harmony-Drafting] Porting Harmony
andrewrens at gmail.com
Thu Jan 12 00:17:55 UTC 2012
You may have noticed that after porting the Creative Commons licenses to
many jurisdictions that Creative Commons is now trying to create a single
unified license that will be so effective in all jurisdictions that the
need for porting is eliminated.
I've ported a CC license and I believe that there are a number of arguments
in favour of doing so.
But there are also arguments in favour of developing a 2.0 set of licenses
that will be so effective in all jurisdictions that the need for porting is
I am interested in what everyone on the list has to say about the specific
shortcomings of the current licenses in different jurisdictions, since that
would enable a better analysis of whether porting, or addressing those
issues in 2.0 would be better.
Are there specific European/Netherlands issues that you've identified? Or
would it be easier to identify the issues through the exercise of porting?
On 11 January 2012 17:25, Walter van Holst <walter.van.holst at xs4all.nl>wrote:
> Are there any objections for starting to port the agreements to different
> legal systems?
> Harmony-Drafting mailing list
> Harmony-Drafting at lists.**harmonyagreements.org<Harmony-Drafting at lists.harmonyagreements.org>
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