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Open Attribute : Making Creative Commons Attribution (A Little) Easier


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Sounds like it'll be pretty cool once the kinks are worked out.
#1 Christina Westbrook (Homepage) on 2011-02-08 07:41 (Reply)
Yeah, it would be good if we could embed the license into the metadata of a 3D file, not just into the html on the web page that it is on, in that way it could always be checked/tracked.
#2 Duann (Homepage) on 2011-02-08 08:07 (Reply)
In reference to the Flickr glitch - were you logged into your Flickr account, looking at your own Flickr pictures? We learned the hard way that for whatever reason, Flickr does not include the RDFa in pages for your own pictures when you are logged in. I guess they figure you don't need to attribute yourself. Try it again with someone else's pictures - it should work.
#3 Molly (Homepage) on 2011-02-08 15:41 (Reply)
Thanks Molly,

I did later get it to work from another Flickr page,

I am a little surprised the site had the smarts to make the differentiation.
#3.1 Duann (Homepage) on 2011-02-09 14:08 (Reply)

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