[p2pu-dev] Mixing educational content with differing licenses

Alison Cole alison at p2pu.org
Sat Dec 17 19:37:57 UTC 2011

It's possible that your case of wanting to mix GNU FDL code with CC
material is uncommon, and therefore not a whole lot of info exists - here's
someone who asked a similar question on stack overflow:


On Thu, Dec 15, 2011 at 12:16 PM, Brylie Oxley <brylie at tuxfamily.org> wrote:

> Hi,
> I would like to use/incorporate materials that are licensed as CC-by-SA,
> GNU FDL, CC-NC-SA, CC-by-NC, etc. Is there a document or rubric that
> describes license compatibility? Do you know of any documents describing
> the requirements involved in integrating elements/portions of differently
> licensed content into a larger work?
> Specifically, I would like to integrate Open Educational Resources into a
> course on the P2PU platform. The P2PU community chose to publish content
> under the CC-by-SA license and I would like to blend materials from many
> sources, and licenses, to create a composite/derivative learning resource.
> Thank you for your time.
> --Brylie Oxley
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