Killing bad products is essential to the health of a product line. “Bad” might mean defective, poor fit, or even merely unpopular.
So I’m happy that Creative Commons is retiring two little used licenses.
filed under Creative Commons.
The retirement of the sharing license is a good thing. I’m not sure it added anything to the puzzle in the first instance, but the jigsaw certainly assembles just as well without this particular jagged piece.
Only a few more duds to go until only CC-SA is left and ‘Creative Commons’ means ‘creative commons’. :)
Essential of life is to make every one happy
That’s the sampling license, but yeah, if you’re making a reference to a text puzzle-piece license chooser, the share piece is now superfluous — it cannot be removed.
I’m afraid your comment is antithetical to this post. Think about it. :)
Hmm. I managed to spell my own handle wrong, and mis-identify the
license type, but apart from those obvious typos, I still agree with you that it’s progress to dispense with those licenses.
A few more things just got added to the good stack of retirees :)
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