Let’s hope that other heritage organisations follow suit. The “All Rights Reserved” copyright model is very restrictive when you study and record the past, and want to share some of that work with others to aid and encourage further learning.
By adopting the Creative Commons “Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0″ license, they are actively saying to people “we want you to use our photos”. Which for a heritage organisation, is fairly novel!
We are strongly committed to publish as open access digital documents the proceedings of the workshop about archaeology and open source that grupporicerche organized some weeks ago in Genova. More news to come in the next weeks.