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'''Far copyleft''' is a term used in the [[copyleft]] trend, for referncing practices that are '''higherly viral''' than the ones estated by the [http://gnu.org gnu] project's initial definition ''work'' or derivates from it such as the creativecommons ''Share alike'' clausule
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''Copyleft is a general method for making a program (or other work) free, and requiring all modified and extended versions of the program to be free as well.'' [http://www.gnu.org/licenses/licenses.html#WhatIsCopyleft] [http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/copyleft.html]).
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'''Far copyleft''' intends to mean ''further freedom'' than the already standarized by the most popular referents. Examples of far copyleft applied to works for sharing may vary: Some would say that prohibitng militar uses of a copylefted work ([http://sluc.info sluc.info]) or the [http://questioncopyright.org/creator_endorsed_mark creator endorsed mark] are far copyleft initiatives. However, on the top all these, other people may argue that the copyleft requirement is alreday non free due to the viral obligation.
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There's just one and nasty mention on wikipedia about '''far copyleft''', identifying sofisticated vandalism and destructive vanguardists with the far copyleft trend.
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This '''far copyleft''' trend is also been somehow sinomized by the term Kopyleft [http://s23.org/wiki/KopyLeft], [http://23ae.com/tag/kopyleft/].
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==See also==
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* [[Far shareful]]
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[[Category:Far copyleft]]

Revision as of 18:55, 24 October 2012

Far copyleft is a term used in the copyleft trend, for referncing practices that are higherly viral than the ones estated by the gnu project's initial definition work or derivates from it such as the creativecommons Share alike clausule

Copyleft is a general method for making a program (or other work) free, and requiring all modified and extended versions of the program to be free as well. [1] [2]).

Far copyleft intends to mean further freedom than the already standarized by the most popular referents. Examples of far copyleft applied to works for sharing may vary: Some would say that prohibitng militar uses of a copylefted work (sluc.info) or the creator endorsed mark are far copyleft initiatives. However, on the top all these, other people may argue that the copyleft requirement is alreday non free due to the viral obligation.


There's just one and nasty mention on wikipedia about far copyleft, identifying sofisticated vandalism and destructive vanguardists with the far copyleft trend.

This far copyleft trend is also been somehow sinomized by the term Kopyleft [3], [4].


See also