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Tux Machines (TM)-specific
It can be hard to get paid for producing free-licensed works. Software represents a niche where a lot of exceptions can be found, but for aesthetic works, the problem is severe. This has spurred a lot of innovative ideas for better incentive systems. Along the way, though, the most obvious and simple solution has mostly been overlooked: just re-implement the traditional limited copyright idea in a way that makes sense for the 21st century. Here’s a simple solution that I call “FLOW-IT” for “Free Licensing Of Works — In Time,” which simply leverages existing Creative Commons licensing to do the job.
Read the full article at Free Software Magazine.