I just got this case for my iPod Nano 5G:
A piece of card inside the case contained a printed attribution which I think is an excellent example of a correct attribution according to Creative Commons license requirements. This card is included with every unit.
So if any of you are wondering how to attribute sounds from freesound, the card included inside every one of these cases contains this perfect example:
Having perused the Creative Commons Sampling +1.0 legal code, I thought it would be useful to include a short and snappy version of what information is actually required for a legal attribution. This is essentially what it says.
1 - Original Author's name (or pseudonym if applicable) (e.g. Spleencast)
2 - Title of the Work (e.g. hotel-bell-2.aif)
3 - Original Author specified web link to copyright notice, if any
- (e.g. http://spleencast.wordpress.com/ )
4 - Original Author specified additional copyright information, if any
- (e.g. "Please attribute all my sounds with 'Thanks to Spanky'"
5 - A copy of, or web link to the Creative Commons Sampling +1.0 license
- ( http://creativecommons.org/licenses/sampling+/1.0/ )
If an attribution includes all that information and it's all included with every display, performance and copy of the work, then the attribution requirements are satisfied!
There. I hope that helped.
Now go ye forth and attribute like that, and lo, there will be much rejoicing.