I have some graphic design creations that I want to allow others to modify if they wish to, as long as their remixed versions have the same permissions.
Creative Commons ShareAlike (CC SA 1.0) exactly describes what I want, but that page has a notice that it is retired and not recommended for use.
There is an active license called Attribution-ShareAlike (CC BY-SA 4.0), however this requires that the modifier give credit back to me for the original. In the case of this project I don't want to require attribution as I feel it could be cumbersome and detrimental to future use by others (in other words, I care much more about the project's usefulness than I do about getting credit).
I could also release as Public Domain (CC0), but I'm uncomfortable letting people make money off of my work.
The "Reason for Deprecation" for CC SA just says "Inadequate demand", which doesn't explain why I shouldn't use it now, but I don't understand if there's an actual practical reason why I shouldn't just do so. Any thoughts?