Hello! I'm an awful, awful, pedant
. With that in mind, there's a wee little nitpick I'd like to suggest for AboutImagesAndCopyright
. The line:
or has been released under a "copyleft" license such as Creative Commons.
or has been released under an "open" license such as Creative Commons.
(Why? "Copyleft" refers to the "viral" property of some licenses that requires derivative works to be under the same license. Creative Commons licenses with the Share Alike clause, like the one used here, are "copyleft," as are licenses like the GNU GPL. But it's not technically correct, as I understand it, to call Creative Commons licenses without
the Share Alike clause "copyleft," because derivative works can be relicensed under different terms.)