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HOW TO USE:Where is it possible to consult the license?
You can check the Design license on the Internet at any time at the following address: https://designlibre.org/license-es/
The license exists in English: https://designlibre.org/license-en/
Why use the Free Design License for your work?
1) To make your work available to a majority of people.
2) To allow its free diffusion.
3) To allow its evolution, by authorizing its transformation by other people.
4) To be able to use oneself the resources of a work protected by the Free Design License: authorize its free copy, dissemination or transformation.
Using the Free Art License is also a good solution to get rid of the merchant system generated by the dominant economy. The Free Design License offers an interesting legal framework to prevent any abusive appropriation. The work cannot be reserved to short-circuit the creation and turn it into an exclusive benefit. It does not allow to enter the collective work in progress, nor to monopolize the resources of the creation in movement for advantageous benefit.
How to use the Free Design License?
To benefit from the Free Design License, simply accompany your work with the following mention:
[a few lines to indicate the name of the work and if necessary comment on what it consists of.]
[a few lines to indicate where appropriate a description of the modified work and the name of the author.]
Copyright (c) [date] [author] (if applicable, indicate the previous authors)
Copyleft: This work is free, you can redistribute it or modify it according to the terms of the Free Design License.
You will find a copy of this license on the Design Libre site (https://designlibre.org/).
When to use the Free Design License?
It is not within the project of the Free Designed License to eliminate copyright or copyright. On the contrary, it is about strengthening its relevance within the contemporary environment. Its purpose is to grant authorization for free circulation, free copying and free transformation of the work: it is the right to free exercise of design and designers.
1) Whenever you want to benefit and make others benefit from this right, use the Free Design License.
2) Whenever you want to create works so that they can evolve, be copied, disseminated and freely transformed: use the Free Design License.
3) Whenever you want to copy, distribute or transform a work, check that it is protected by the Free Design License. In another case, you run the risk of being outlawed.
What categories of works does the Free Art License suit?
This license applies to both electronic and non-electronic works. It is born from the observation of the world of free software and the Internet, but its scope is not limited by electronic media.
You can protect a product, mechanism, structure … in short, you can protect all those creations that claim a particular design.