I hope these get baked into every instance. Makes sense when you consider the level of open collaboration here.
@InspectorCaracal @RussSharek @Curator "Creative Commons licenses the use of its button marks that describe particular legal tool and its icon marks that describe key license element, such as BY, NC, ND, and SA, on the conditions that you use the mark solely to describe the Creative Commons legal tool that applies to a particular work and, in a manner reasonable to the medium and context, include the URI or hyperlink to the relevant Commons deed on the Creative Commons server."
they answered on my email:
Apologies for the delay getting back to you; I wanted to circle internally to make sure before I replied. The consensus was yes, this is a great use of the CC icons!
Thanks very much for reaching out to us. Let us know if we can help in any way.
@RussSharek @Curator @luka @InspectorCaracal It's more a question of whether the email from CC indicated you could use those icons for things that aren't CC licenses, and the answer is still no. (Even though, for example, they're being added to Unicode.) Definitely not talking about licensing other peoples' stuff out from under them.
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