Hi everyone.
 
I have talked with  talked with a friend of mine and he is a teacher and a designer. I think I expose the theme very well and he could take the main ideas. I share with you these responses:
 
  • What questions did your friend ask that you couldn’t answer? The most important… “and how I get money with my works?” Maybe during many years I have couldn’t answer or understand very well that topic. And for many people that is the most important think because “they don’t live with good intentions”. Fortunatelly, here is a response for that question:

CC’s NonCommercial (NC) licenses allow rights holders to maximize distribution while maintaining control of the commercialization of their works. If you want to reserve the right to commercialize your work, you may do this by choosing a license with the NC condition. If someone else wants to use your work commercially and you have applied an NC license to your work, they must first get your permission. As the rights holder, you may still sell your own work commercially.

You may also use funding models that do not depend on using an NC license. For example, many artists and creators use crowdfunding to fund their work before releasing it under a less restrictive license. Others use a “freemium” model where the basic content is free, but extras such as a physical printed version or special access to a members-only website are for paying customers only. (source)

  • Did your friend raise any interesting points? Pros and cons? The pros were about the recognition of his work, that he could go to anywhere, for example, in the web. But the cons, the money, how he get ir if the people prefers get his work for free?
  • Did your friend get it? Do you get it? For the moment, the concept and licenses yes, but not about the money.

Well, there is a large way to walk about CC licenses in my country, is necessary to share more content about CC and help the people to get this culture.