I have a project that is a resume.
The resume, and the data contained within it are the heart of the project and written in a data format (XML).
There is also, however, a style sheet written in XSLT that transforms the XML data into a graphical output.
I want to release the whole project under one license and since the heart of the project is the resume data, which is not at all software, it seems like Creative Commons would be the correct approach.
However, there is some software process involved in the project and it is impossible to separate out just the data.
Should I use a software license for this or a Creative Commons license?
Mainly I am just interested in the larger distinction between a "Software" license, such as the MIT license, and a creative works license which are explicitly not for software however, the only restriction I care about is attributions. I just don't want someone able to pass the project or data contained as his or her own.