Correct, when uploading materials on behalf of the original rights holder, we recommend that your edit summary provides the proper attributions. In this way the page history will properly document the original license attributions:
- Where possible upload the full text required for the specific wiki page with the first edit (rather than multiple uploads).
- Before saving the text you are reusing (the first edit on the new page) type the Copyright attributions in the Comment summary box. For example: "Original text Copyright to <name of copyright holder goes here> and licensed under <specify license here> see: supply url of the source material (if available).
- When using the OOo convertor -- the text will be placed on a subpage of your userpage as a temporary placeholder -- when copying over the relevant sections to their destination pages in the wiki -- you should add the copyright attributions to the comment field before saving the page.
- In addition to this, we are planning to include a dedicated copyright page for OERu courses, where we will list copyright attributions of the materials. We are currently conducting a rough consensus poll to determine the best placement and convention for these copyright acknowledgments for the OERu development. Once agreed - -we will develop a style guide for OERu courses.
If the source material is CC-BY:
- We recommend that you honor the original license and keep it as CC-BY. To change the license logo at the bottom of the page to CC-BY, add the following wiki text at the bottom of the page: [[Category:CC-BY]] with appropriate comment. This will change the default CC-BY-SA License to CC-BY. See for example this tutorial page which is licensed CC-BY -- scroll to the bottom of the page to see the CC-BY logo.
- It is legally possible to release the derivative work as CC-BY-SA, but we recommend that this is only done if the text incorporates CC-BY-SA remixes.