I would consider not-for-profit non-comercial. I think that's in the spirit of the license.
From: Open Educational Resources [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Pat Lockley
Sent: 18 March 2014 10:41
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Subject: non-profit = non-commercial
Discussion in the other place led me to an sticking point with NC licenses
If there was a site which sold - at cost price - physical copies of presently digital OER, say bound printed epubs or CDs / DVDs, and in the sale of these items made no profit (so was non-profit /
provident?) would you consider that commercial?
Thinking is for people who don't have easy access to the internet this might prove a useful intermediary
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