Where to put up Open shared academic resource material

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Where to put up Open shared academic resource material

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Hi

We arranged some academic material...

1. I put up GPLv3 license to it. I couldnt figure out any better alternate!

2. And I was planning to upload the same to some website for public benefit, and sharing between our Trainers & Students, also.

Please advise fir both.


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Re: Where to put up Open shared academic resource material

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Perhaps archive.org?

Github or a similar site if you want collaboration in changing it.
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Re: Where to put up Open shared academic resource material

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makh wrote:I put up GPLv3 license to it. I couldnt figure out any better alternate!
There is no better alternative :)

Perhaps try something like Gitea if you can self-host, they have an official Docker image: https://docs.gitea.io/en-us/install-with-docker/

GitHub is nice but it's now owned by Microsoft and appears to be proceeding through their standard EEE paradigm...
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How about a standard Creative Commons type license? You can require that they attribute it to you.
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