I am working on an (as of yet) small project, a wallpaper generator that overlays SVG images like stencils on solid backgrounds, and I am unsure of how to properly go about licensing the art (largely under the Free Art License 1.3).
The section that is troubling me is:
You have the right to distribute copies of this work; whether modified or not, whatever the medium and the place, with or without any charge, provided that you:
attach this license without any modification to the copies of this work or indicate precisely where the license can be found, specify to the recipient the names of the author(s) of the originals, including yours if you have modified the work, specify to the recipient where to access the originals (either initial or subsequent).
And later summarised:
– How to use the Free Art License?
To benefit from the Free Art License, you only need to mention the following elements on your work: [Name of the author, title, date of the work. When applicable, names of authors of the common work and, if possible, where to find the originals]. Copyleft: This is a free work, you can copy, distribute, and modify it under the terms of the Free Art License http://artlibre.org/licence/lal/en/
Given that I'm generating the images client side, using a simple
<canvas> element, I cannot include this information in the png Description line, or anything like that
Putting it in the corner of the wallpapers would be unseemly; so I am wondering if it would be enough to give the information in:
- In the source of the web app and
- In the application itself, say in a 'Licensing/Attribution' tab (this is how the art section of the GNU site appears to do it)?
Any help that can be offered is greatly appreciated.