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Community Data License Agreement

0:12 6.12.2020 Napsal: petr.stibor

While I whole entirely support the mission of helping governments, academic institutions and other organizations open and exchange data, I believe that these institutions would be better served if the initiative of an organization that is more than just a responsibility to its members and business interests was taken. The Linux Foundation has undoubtedly the best intentions in this area. I`m not questioning that. However, I believe that open data from governments and academic institutions is encouraged by a group that, by definition, must focus on commercial interests. Although the Linux Foundation certainly does not intend to do so, c6 may affect the business interests it wishes to promote in the development and application of CDLA licenses. Turning Big Data into Business Insight by 2017 „We believe CDLA is at the forefront of promoting a change in the way people view data,“ said Todd Moore, vice president of open technology at IBM. „Given the increase in the volume of records available, data alone is no longer the primary source of value. Instead, the ecosystem around developing and reducing trends and knowledge from data has much more value for society. The CDLA provides the perfect platform to make this change possible, and we are pleased to be an Early Adopter. If you remix, transform or build the material, you must distribute your contributions under the same license as the original.

The license applies only to the database and not to its content or data. Tags: cdla, Creative Commons, License Proliferation, License, Linux Foundation, Open-Access, Open-Source, Open Source You must grant the corresponding credits, provide a link to the license and specify if any changes have been made. You can do this appropriately, but not in any way, indicating that the licensee supports or helps you with your use. These two licenses are part of the collaborative data exchange that we have seen working in open-source software communities. The context document should be useful in understanding the framework for the implementation of the CDLA. We encourage communities and organizations that want to share data to review community data licensing agreements and make sure they meet your needs and applications. 1.6 „entity“: any individual person or organization which, according to the laws of the jurisdiction in which it is organized, exists with all other entities controlled by that entity or which are under common control. For the purposes of this definition, „control“ (a) means the power to directly or indirectly manage that unit, either contractually or otherwise; b) ownership of more than fifty per cent (50 per cent) shares or outstanding securities, c) the economic beneficiary of that business or (d) the ability to appoint the majority of the directors of a company, either by mutual agreement or by law. 3.4 You and each data provider agree that because of its relationship to the data granted under this agreement, Enhanced Data should not be considered a common work of authorship and does not require an accounting obligation or consent from a data provider. This week, the Linux Foundation announced the new community data licensing licenses. I haven`t read the licenses myself yet, as I still dig up participation in another amazing All Things Open, but even without knowing the content of the licenses, I have some questions and concerns. But what puzzles me is why the Linux Foundation has decided to go in its own direction instead of supporting and improving well-established and well-understood Creative Commons licenses.

The press release does not mention that there are already other open data licensing options, let alone if they have certain defects that the CDLA is supposed to correct. But these licenses already exist and their use is well documented and accepted by institutions around the world.