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Best Regards, Liling
On Wed, Aug 26, 2015 at 2:02 PM, liling tan <alvations at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear Corpora researchers/enthusiasts,
> I have somehow compiled a list of N+N compounds for German compositas:
> I seek the corpora community help in understanding how to license a
> lexicon, list or corpora that was compiled without a single or several
> primary sources and mainly generated by a sort of armchair linguist.
> And how could I substantiate an open license for data that is somehow
> created? Like armchair linguists, they sit and think of examples and if
> they did license their examples or vocabulary or glossary or corpora, how
> did they substantiate the license.
> The source of the list was from my own learning as I read online materials
> and listen to how people talk on the street. How can we open-source such
> materials compiled? Who holds the copyrights to such a list?
> Previously, there was another corpus that was "somehow compiled":
> https://github.com/alvations/Quotables and since it's a list of
> quotations who holds the copyrights to those quotes? Ideally, the person
> who says it holds the copyrights but many of them are deceased.
> Best Regards,
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