How does Seth license his work and why is he changing?
For several years now I have licensed my visual work under the Creative Commons – Non-Commercial – Share-Alike license 3.0. I did this because I only really wanted to ensure that at some point we would build a system where attribution to derivative works that I may use, but also let others they may use it as well. I do not create visual work for financial gain, creating, challenging and evolving my artistic expression is closely held with the evolution of my perception and shifting views of my reality. Creating visually is my life’s passion and brings a sense of completeness and wholeness within my self that I wish to share the vision from my personal perspective and life’s journey to say here is my contribution to our world, so that others may find and use my work. I do have a very hard time assigning value by any means to my work, to me it is priceless. The license I have been using, I am now going to alter for all future works using the Free Cultural Works framework to not only publish my work including the files used to compose the visual work, It has renewed my use in Open-Source Free Distributed software to create in and the biggest change is I will now use a Creative Commons Attribution License 3.0.… Read the rest