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I know this has been asked several times. I've read the responses. I'm still very confused.
What are the legal requirements for using samples from SO in other projects? If there are requirements, how should we go about removing them?
Case in point: a user whose question I answered was concerned about the CC license. I had to email him the solution to remove his fears of licensing. That's stupid, I don't want to give out my email address to work around legal issues.
So can someone at this organization clarify this is the intent? If so, what is a legally sufficient means of bypassing the license? One related answer suggested a profile message that source posted would be considered public domain and free of licensing. Is this sufficient?
Regardless of the answer above I'd like to make a recommendation that a 'Public Domain Content' checkbox be added for answers. Since I may pull code from an already public domain source the license does not apply anyway.
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.5/ actually clears it up a little, my apologies for being a twit and not finding this first. Most of my confusion comes from this question where the basic consensus among answers was to 'consult an attorney' which is IMO counterproductive.
PS: I still think a "License Free" option for posts would be an ideal solution.