Good points and sorry for not being more concise.
My question was more going towards the rights and licensing. I imagine Creative Commons / Public Domain would allow doing that generally. My question is, does the Openframe platform provide enough tools to do that? For example, attribution.
My question comes up because at the moment the web app doesn’t allow publishing artworks of other artists. You can only publish it if the artist name is your name. Also, the rights section in the docs has a big warning about this. It’s still possible to do this using the API and to be honest I’ve done this before already.
My reason to do this was to post good examples to ship with newly developed extensions. But of course, I think it would be great to get some more of those gems you’ve mentioned in the public stream. And I agree, not all of the content of a platform should be in the public stream, just a small selection.
I guess I was mostly expecting artists and the project initiators to answer. Artists, because probably they know about the rights part of it. But it would be good to hear anyone who knows about licenses really. Openframe initiators, because they put these restrictions in place for a reason and must have thought about this before.
Of course, in the end, all different opinions and viewpoints are important. And some people here have multiple roles anyway (users can be artists can be developers).
At the moment, the publishing feels too restrictive to me, and I’m not sure if it needs to be. Would it be sufficient to add a checkbox in which the user confirms to make sure that the content is public domain / creative commons which then allows publishing publicly?