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Section 4.a of the CC BY-NC-ND license clearly says "You must include a copy of, or the Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) for, this License with every copy of the Work You Distribute or Publicly Perform." Therefore it is not necessary to include the entire language of the license in your files, just a link is enough. It may also be helpful to ...


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They are not directly compatible. Two licenses A and B are compatible if both licenses allow the combination to be covered by licensing terms that don't contradict each other. Implicit and explicit compatibility. Sometimes this compatibility is achieved through explicit compatibility paths. E.g. the Creative Commons licenses have license version upgrade ...


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I am referring to the license language shown on this page: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/legalcode , not to the human-readable summary. What you are trying to do looks like 'Collective Work' as defined in 1.a . Rights for collective works are granted in section 3.a . There is a restriction that is especially relevant for you in section 4....


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