Hi @Tyler_S and @Caleb_Majeski, is it possible for you to declare a CC (Creative Commons) license for the following image you guys created at Framework Fan Art 🎨🖌️ - #46 by Caleb_Majeski ? Because I would like to use the image on Framework’s Wikipedia page - “A_company_or_individual_driven_projects” section.
I think the image is very nice to describe the “individual driven projects” on Wikipedia. Thanks.
Hi @nrp, is it possible for you to declare a CC license for the following image on the company blog? Because I would like to use the image on the Framework’s Wikipedia page as a top image.
For a proper license, seeing how to upload an image to Wikipedia, to upload and image on Wikipedia, the image license needs be to Creative Commons 0 (CC0 = Public Domain) or one of the Creative Commons (CC) license.
Here is a reference for the CC license. If you don’t have a preference, I suggest CC BY-SA 4.0 license, that is the latest version of “CC BY-SA” license. Seeing the other images on Wikipedia, I see the license is often used.
For a business perspective, I think it’s a good idea for Framework to create a GitHub repository on Framework’s GitHub for free materials (images, videos) for people to reuse or redistribute easily without asking, to spread the Framework. The repository name could be such as
FrameworkComputer/free-material with a CC license file.