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A variety of license tags other than the GNU licenses or Creative Commons licenses indicate that a file may be freely used.

Copyleft Attitude Licenties

The Free Art License published by Copyleft Attitude is an example of a "copyleft" license, which lets users freely distribute copies and modified versions of a work with the stipulation that the same rights be preserved in derivative works created later. The GNU and Creative Commons licenses are other examples, and many other licenses apply the concept to some degree.

  • {{FAL}}Free Art Licentie. Met deze licentie is het toegestaan om kunstwerken van andere te kopiëren, distribueren en vrij vervormen, zolang de rechten van de auteur worden gerespecteerd. Merk op dat niet alle vrije kunst licenties commercieel gebruik toestaan. Upload enkel afbeeldingen die niet worden beperkt tot niet-commercieel gebruik! (bekijk)

Custom public domain licenses

Many custom public domain licenses are listed at Category:Custom PD license tags. The works may be released into the public domain by an organization or individual, or may be extracts from a major work that is in the public domain, such as the the Brockhaus and Efron Encyclopedic Dictionary (1890-1907). A small sample follows.

  • {{PD-PDFnet}} – for material from All material from this website is released to public domain.

Alternative free use licenses

Several organizations have developed specialized free use licenses that define terms compatible with Wikimedia Commons requirements. Many of the corresponding license tags may be found in Category:License tags. A sample is listed below.

  • {{BSD}} – BSD licentie.
  • {{BSDu|username}} – BSD licentie met een variabele gebruiker.
  • {{BSD-2c-KDE|Author=name|Year=years}} – 2-clause BSD-derived license used by KDE
  • {{CeCILL}} – De CeCILL licentie, een Franse vrije software licentie gemaakt om compatible te zijn met de GNU Vrije Documentatie Licentie.

Er berust auteursrecht op, maar toch bruikbaar

There are many tags for cases where a work is protected by copyright but may be uploaded to Wikimedia Commons using a generic or source-specific license. A small sample follows. See Category:Custom license tags for more licenses like this.

  • {{Attribution}} – Copyrighted, but freely usable given the copyright holder is credited. If you are the author of the work, consider using {{Cc-by-4.0}}, instead.
  • {{Copyrighted free use}} – Er berust auteursrecht op, maar de auteur staat iedereen toe het te gebruiken voor elk mogelijk doel.
  • {{Free screenshot|license=free license}} – Voor screenshots die afbeeldingen van vrije programma's of programma's die zijn vrijgegeven onder een vrije licentie, of op een andere manier aan de eisen van Commons voldoet. De huidige vrije licenties zullen aangewezen moeten worden. (Zie {{Screenshot}} hierboven for screenshots van copyrighted software of operating systems).