This is another try of my previous question. Still trying to find a license that will be open source, but protect the end documents (which are personal) from the templates (which are blank).
I have a LaTeX package that consists of a .sty file (basically, a huge form drawing) and a template file (which is all the blanks to be filled in and all the checkboxes to potentially check) - that, obviously, requires the sty file to build, but is separate from it.
I would like the style file to be under CC-BY-SA or equivalent - you can change it, but if you release it, you make it clear what's yours and what's mine, and you allow anyone else to go from there); but filled-in templates need to be owned and controlled by their creators (Blank #1 is "your names"; they must be protected from others misrepresenting what's on the form).
So I plan on releasing the template file as CC-BY (no -SA), to achieve this.
I'm actually planning on releasing my filled-in forms as CC-BY-NC-ND - I don't care if you see them (in fact, the whole point behind filling in the forms is for others to know what my partner and I do), but you don't get to change them and still claim they're mine.
LaTeX is strange, as it isn't really source code in the traditional sense (it's a "document preparation language"), and the produced documents aren't really "object code", so this kind of falls through the cracks. But is this pairing going to work, and is it going to do what I want?