Talk:Creative Commons jurisdiction ports
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Does this make sense as a standalone article?
It isn't very clear to me that this makes sense as a standalone article distinct from the Creative Commons license page. I would propose merging it into the main license page, and linking to CC's own (and inevitably more up-to-date) lists of ports rather than maintaining a duplicative list here. -LuisVilla (talk) —Preceding undated comment added 15:56, 19 October 2013 (UTC)
Update and rename needed
Maracke no longer works for CC since mid 2009. See http://creativecommons.org/international for current info.
Also, the article refers to "Creative Commons International" and "CCI" as a noun that
- is a "port" for Creative Commons Licenses to different copyright legislations around the world.
This doesn't really make sense. CC does port licenses to different jurisdictions, but CCI is not an organization nor is it a name for individual license ports. I'd recommend changing the name of the article to "Creative Commons jurisdiction ports" or similar and the text accordingly.
I'd make the change but work for CC.
Removing Ireland from the
licenses in development section
Anonymous editor 220.127.116.11 edited in Special:Diff/724266452 to say
(Ireland should be removed from this section because of being in Creative Commons 3 since Feb 2012). I've moved that statement from the article here and have not verified this claim any further. 18.104.22.168 (talk) 18:33, 10 October 2016 (UTC)