Posted by Peter Rosen (220.127.116.11) on November 13, 2002 at 11:34:52:
In Reply to: OPENCREATORS - opensource inventing for everyone posted by Claudius on November 12, 2002 at 07:25:53:
This sounds like a very good idea. It is in the spirit of the educational and experimental functions of the the original Internet, and will not limit creativity...in fact, it will enhance it. Thanks for posting your resource at Creativity Cafe.
I have a question: If code is created that results in a service, or tool, or other property that can be commercialized, is there a plan for marketing the product and distribution of the royalties to all who participated? In other words, if a tag could be put on the code to track all who contributed, then they could conceivably enjoy financial returns for life in a ratio respecting their contribution.... If it doesn't make money, it was fun to do, if it does, the marketing success can help to feed the creative spirits who collaborated (and his or her body). What do you think?
BTW, CREATIVITY.COM is reserved for such creative global community enterprise.
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