[Hpr] Permission to modify the show notes
zwilnik at zwilnik.com
Thu Jul 6 16:49:02 PDT 2017
I don't see any problem. The license allows it (CC-BY-SA), and more
importantly I doubt anyone will object to making their show better for the
Kevin B. O'Brien
z <ahuka5656 at gmail.com>wilnik at zwilnik.com
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On Thu, Jul 6, 2017 at 5:00 PM, Bob Jonkman <bjonkman at sobac.com> wrote:
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> I've only got one show in there, but I contributed it to HPR. And even
> though the HPR indicates the shows are CC-BY-SA I'm happy to release
> my shows as CC-0, or even to transfer copyright to HPR. I did this for
> HPR, not for me.
> While I speak for no-one else, I suspect that'll be a sentiment common
> to most HPR contributors.
> So go ahead and fix, update, and alter show notes as needed.
> - --Bob.
> On 2017-07-06 03:46 PM, x1101 wrote:
> > I can’t think of a good reason why not.
> > I know folks have the option of releasing shows not CC-BY-SA, but
> > have they? If so, do we have a way to identify them and exclude
> > them from editing?
> > Also, for what its worth, I am herby explicitly giving the HPR
> > admins permission to modify my show note as needed.
> > /x1101
> >> On Jul 6, 2017, at 3:42 PM, Ken Fallon <ken at fallon.ie> wrote:
> >> Hi All,
> >> As you know we are going back over the old shows to add tags for
> >> Archive.org. Nearly all the shows need tags, and summaries.
> >> Some even need show notes, or to be placed in series. You can
> >> help - see the main page for more information.
> >> In the process of doing it I was thinking it would be a good
> >> idea to do a bit of housekeeping on them. For example, fix the
> >> html, check the links still work and point to where the host
> >> originally intended, etc.
> >> I was asking Dave (who's leading this) what we should do if the
> >> show notes need correcting. For example a show may benefit from
> >> having "Google Reader was shut down on July 1, 2013, but this
> >> show is of historical interest." _still not over that one :)_
> >> The license is cc-by-sa, so we are allowed to do "derivative
> >> works" on the show notes. To be honest most of the early shows
> >> didn't have show notes so they were often added by the admins.
> >> Our current policy as is defined in "hpr2210 :: On Freedom of
> >> Speech and Censorship" would seem to allow us to do this.
> >> http://hackerpublicradio.org/eps.php?id=2210
> >> So the question is are we allowed to modify show notes ?
> >> -- Regards,
> >> Ken Fallon http://kenfallon.com
> >> http://hackerpublicradio.org/correspondents.php?hostid=30
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