Am 24.08.2011 08:41, schrieb Ben Luo:
On 24/08/2011 08:00, Urs Liska wrote:
I have just put a new tutorial online. You can read it at
Very nice article.
Interesting question. I thought about this a little bit, but didn't
find an answer.
If anybody of those who re more familiar with these licensing
questions could give me a hint, I'd be glad.
- I don't want anybody to modify the text, but I gladly
incorporate useful enhancements, giving the respective credits.
- I don't want anybody to "redistribute" it in any form without
- I don't mind if anybody uses or modifies the source,
-> That's what such tutorials are meant for
but I don't want the sources redistributed either
- An underlying problem is that the music used for the tutorial
as under full copyright.
I obtained the rights to use this example in my tutorial for use
on my web site,
but any further use is explicitely prohibited.
Maybe I'd be better off using music in the public domain from
But a great deal of the music I come across is still under
translate it to Chinese?
Yes, that would be nice.
A few remarks about it:
- Please wait for the finished version:
- I have a few things on my ToDo list, the main issue being
adding many more references to the LilyPond documentation.
- I want to wait if there is any that I can incorporate as
- What would be the intended use?
If you plan to make this publicly available (which I assume,
otherwise you wouldn't have to ask me, I think) - propably on a
web site - I should ask the copyright owner (Universal Edition)
first. Probably they will give their consent (without expecting
Of course I'd expect a link to the original version.
- Please contact me again before you start to do anything,
because I can then provide you with material to make it easier
to work with (text in OpenOffice/Word/PDF format, images,
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