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Revision as of 20:05, 11 February 2015
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The Creative Commons license suite is available in version 4.0.
The public discussion process for the common Portuguese translation of the BY-NC-SA 4.0 license draft is now opened.
If you have comments about the licenses, whether in regards to legal, linguistic or usability issues, please feel welcome to:
- Comment the draft.
- Join the discussion on the wiki.
- Subscribe to the mailing list discussion.
- Join the Facebook event.
- Portuguese BY-NC-SA 4.0 license draft (Português)
- Glossary developed by CC Portugal and CC Brazil teams (Português)
The public discussion process for the Portuguese adaptation of the BY-NC-SA 3.0 license draft is now finished, and the full Portuguese 3.0 licence suite has been launched.
Many thanks to all who contributed to the localization of the license suite. Creative Commons worked closely with FCEE-Católica and INTELI to create Portugal jurisdiction-specific licenses from the Unported Creative Commons licenses. The legal translation and adaptation of the 3.0 licenses were provided by Teresa Nobre.
For those interested in the porting process, both Portuguese and English versions of the draft BY-NC-SA 3.0 license are available, as is a summary of the substantial changes proposed by the legal team to port the licenses to Portuguese copyright law.
- Read the wiki's discussion page or the mailing list discussion archives
- Ported Portugal BY-NC-SA License (Português, PDF)
- Ported Portugal BY-NC-SA Re-translation (English, PDF)
- Summary of Substantial Changes (English, PDF)
More about Portuguese Affiliates
ID+ Research Institute for Design, Media and Culture (Media and Perplexity Research Hub)
For more information refer to http://www.idmais.org/.
INTELI – Intelligence in Innovation
For more information, refer to http://www.inteli.pt.
The CC Portugal team would like to thank former Project Lead Pedro Oliveira, who founded CC Portugal team. Thanks as well is due to FCEE-Católica – School of Economics and Management, Universidade Católica Portuguesa and to UMIC Knowledge Society Agency, both former Affiliate Institutions. We would also like to thank former team member Margarida Faustino Correia and Pedro Ferreira for their contributions. The legal translation of the 2.5 licenses were provided by Filipa Salazar Leite from the law office Simmons & Simmons Rebelo de Sousa.
Read the CC Portugal Roadmap.