In NZ, we have been using this for most of 2009:

(HT Colin Jackson, Vikram Kumar)

In the spirit of open, it would be sensible to build on the work that has already been done.

Laurence Millar Independent Advisor

+64 21 441 461

Jonathan Gray wrote:
The Open Knowledge Definition aims to give a definition of the 'open'
in 'open data':

Functionally, it is a bit like the definitions for Free/Open Source
software - providing criteria for determining which licenses, legal
tools and terms and conditions make the material they are applied to
'open'. It covers everything from the UK Click Use PSI License to some
(but not all) of the Creative Commons licenses.

Is this of interest?