Design Science License

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Design Science License (DSL) is a copyleft license for free content such as text, images, music and other content but not for documentation or source code. The DSL was written by Michael Stutz.[1]

The DSL came out before the formation of the Creative Commons. Once the Creative Commons arrived, the value of the DSL as an option for authors and creators diminished.[citation needed]

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  1. ^ Michael Stutz (2001-07-26). "Generalized "Copyleft" License Brings Open Source Beyond Software". Linux Today. 

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