I maintain a project called hacker-laws. It is a collection of laws, theories, patterns and so on.
The repo is here:
It was pointed out that the MIT License is not appropriate, as it is for code. I think the correct license should be:
I have three related questions:
- Is the CC-BY-NC license correct in this case? I want people to use the content freely, but ideally attribute the source, and not use it commercially
- Can I publish the content in a physical book one day and sell it?
- If I do decide to publish it, how can I best ensure that contributors understand it may be published, and make sure they are comfortable and consent? I would list all contributors but want to make sure all is done openly and fairly.
The idea of publishing into a book will likely never happen, but I'd like to ensure there is at least the possibility!
Thanks in advance!