NET Bible reaches v1.0

I happened to stumble across a mention of the latest release of this translation while reading Christdot. The NET Bible is one that has taken a somewhat interesting approach to copyright issues in that it is freely downloadable in its entirety online (although you can download a free PDF copy of the TNIV - the IBS's attempt at a gender-neutral bible). The World English Bible is somewhat less restrictive, in that it exists in the public domain, but at the same time I have some misgivings about the credentials of the translators.

Anways, the reason for this post is that I noted some interesting stuff about their copyright policy which I figured that I would post for you to read.


Sounds like they've got some good ideas for a new copyright/licensing model. I'm a big fan of Creative Commons, though I don't think something like that would work here.