I have published my CC-licensed work on a web page (CC BY 4.0, but it could be any CC license with a BY clause). I want to encourage re-use by making it clear how to attribute my work. In fact, I want to make it even easier than the best practice guidelines.
I can see, for example, that the Stack Exchange notice line reads:
And the Pepper&Carrot notice line reads:
Webcomic, artworks and texts are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license, unless otherwise noted in the page. Attribution to "David Revoy, www.davidrevoy.com".
(The P&C blog happens to contain a helpful entry "Best practices for attribution" that includes instructions for minified attribution - but that entry isn't directly linked from anywhere that I can see.)
Is there a preferred or standard way to link to my own, relaxed definition of "reasonable" from my notice line? (Of course remixers can still follow the regular guidelines if they prefer.)
Put another way, is there documented guidance on how I should insert a link to attribution guidelines in the notices below?
Or do I just have to do it... reasonably?