D3scene now changed to a more user friendly license, to the Creative Commons Public License. In short: all users may freely publish D3scene's content on other websites as long as they credit the original author. In my opinion it is a great step towards keeping knowledge globally completely free and to help other websites.
The complete change:
All materials published on our sites, including, but not limited to, written content, photographs, graphics, images, illustrations, marks, logos, sound or video clips and flash animation, are realeased under the Creative Commons Public license. You may freely redistribute our content as long as you keep the creator of the content mentioned as the original author . Attribute the author by placing a backlink to the actual content (thread). This is only a snippet, read our full legal notice here: Creative Commons Legal Code. Consequently all your shared content on D3scene is released under the Creative Commons Public license. By posting you accept your work being published under the CCPL.
What do you think about changing the legal code?
The administration team