Hmm, Openmoko shouldn't fall for "Creative Commons license" type of saying actually nothing. I
believe that they mean a free kind of CC license (CC-BY-SA or CC-BY) like they've done before,
but this is the one problem that plagues Creative Commons all the time. There have been even
sites were the administrators have chosen "Creative Commons license" as the site's content's
license, without specifying which one... and often in cases other than Openmoko, the usual
answer is "well of course we meant the non-commercial, non-derivative licenses, we wouldn't
want someone other to benefit on this work!".