They have community to participate with their ideas and suggestion in finalizing the license, so go and do your duty netizen!
You can read the 3DLP license here:
What are some interesting things about the 3DPL?
- The design must always be attributed.
- All subsequent derivatives of a shared file must be available for remix and sharing.
- If the creator requires that you include reference to be printed on or in the physical printed object, such as a logo or name, you have to respect that and are not allowed to remove that reference without the creator’s approval.
- If one doesn’t abide by the terms of the license the rights granted under the 3DPL will be terminated immediately.
- If you fail to comply with the license such as selling a work that was meant to be non-commercial then you must pay the creator 3 times the gross revenue you made on the sale.
- Arbitration for conflicts between parties is arranged for in accordance with the WIPO Expert Determination Rules.
- REMIX: With a REMIX license your derivative work must be available to remix and share by others.
- REMIX — NON COM A REMIX — NON COM license restricts the use of the Design File, the modified Design File and any Designed Product to non-commercial use only. The Design File, the Modified Design File or any Designed Product may not be used with the intent of making money directly or indirectly from it.
- REMIX — RIGHTS MELT REMIX — NON COM for 12 months melting down to REMIX after 12 months. With a REMIX — RIGHTS MELT license your design file is available as a non-commercial share-alike file for 12 months. After this period the license will automatically become REMIX.
This makes me even bigger fan of YouMagine and hopeful for the future of intellectual property rights issues in 3d printing arena.