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- Remix our manuals—as long as they attribute the source
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What’s Creative Commons?
The Creative Commons organization was created by a group including Lawrence Lessig, a legal scholar (and hobbyist repair technician) who solved the need to provide a flexible open content licensing in situations like ours, where we want our content to be as free as possible.