Philidor wrote:I don't want to make money from the project, beyond covering reasonable costs, and want it to be as freely available as the IMSLP score. I also want to make clear on the score where it comes from (IMSLP) and to pass on to those using it the same copyright obligations (or as close as I can get) which come with the IMSLP score. I'd also like to upload it to IMSLP.
Philidor wrote:I apologise - these question must have come up before - but what form of words should I use on the score to cover copyright? I assume IMSLP would want "cc by 3.0". Is that assumption correct? Do I need to write formally to IMSLP seeking permission to publish this public domain work owned by you? I'm quite happy to do that.
reinhold wrote:This public domain work is NOT owned by IMSLP, in fact it is not owned by anyone any more, thus "*Public* domain". There is no requirement to attribute IMSLP, but of course a link is always nice and helps spread word about IMSLP...
perlnerd666 wrote:Well, the PDFs themselves are not copyrightable, because of the status of the work (yes, it's "code," but not really).
So you can do whatever - the PDFs are just images of public domain sources, and not copyrightable in and of themselves.
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