[ox-de-raw] Re: [ox-de] Burda goes open source fashion - do they?
- From: graham <graham theseamans.net>
- Date: Sun, 11 Feb 2007 17:54:24 +0000
Franz Nahrada wrote:
Zwei junge Designerinnen von Burda, Nora Abousteit und Benedikta Kara,
haben ihren Chef von einer Open Source Politik überzeugt.
Two young fashion designers of Burda have convinced their boss to support
Open Source fashion and introduce Open Source Patterns. They coexist with
proprietary patterns in an unclear way....
I wonder if anybody can do serious research on the implications of this
and the dynamics! I did not find any protection and aggregation mechanism
like GPL for "open source sewing patterns" so far
I tried looking at this in the 90s - there was already a long history of
clashes between a sharing design culture and magazines who would provide
forums and other support and then claim ownership of the designs.
Here's a typical story from the USA:
There had then been attempts to create gpl style licenses, but people
were not interested and they disappeared. That seems to be true even
run by Kake who is a programmer and knows all about licenses..
Graham (you wrote in English first, don't blame me ;-)
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