Role of Public Domain, CC, FOSS in e-Government Development by Mr. Misa Popovik, Free Software Macedonia

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Presentation by Mr. Misa Popovik, Free Software Macedonia at the third International Conference e-Society.Mk: Role of Public Domain, CC, FOSS in e-Government Development, November 29, 2007, Skopje Macedonia

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Role of Public Domain, CC, FOSS in e-Government Development by Mr. Misa Popovik, Free Software Macedonia

  1. 1. <ul><li>Public domain, Creative commons, </li></ul><ul><li>Free software in development of </li></ul><ul><li>e-Government </li></ul><ul><li>Misa Popovik </li></ul><ul><li>Free Software Macedonia </li></ul>
  2. 2. 3 stories
  3. 3. public domain
  4. 4. creative commons
  5. 5. free software
  6. 6. < story 1 >
  7. 7. What is public domain ?
  8. 8. information and creativity
  9. 9. common culture and intelectual heritage
  10. 10. proprietary interest
  11. 11. use it freely
  12. 12. non-commercial
  13. 13. non- commercial
  14. 14. folklore and pre-copyright materials
  15. 17. deliberately put into pd
  16. 19. Why is public domain important ?
  17. 20. significant part of...
  18. 21. ...information body of our society
  19. 22. we all build on upon it
  20. 23. </ story 1 >
  21. 24. < story 2 >
  22. 25. What are creative commons licenses ?
  23. 26. set of copyright licenses
  24. 27. copyright???
  25. 28. exclusive rights to...
  26. 29. ... particular expression of idea or information
  27. 30. cc
  28. 31. is oposing the idea of...
  29. 32. copyright: All Rights Reserved
  30. 33. Some Rights Reserved
  31. 34. -by- Attribution
  32. 35. -sa- Share Alike
  33. 36. -nc- Non Commercial
  34. 37. -nd- No Derivatives
  35. 38. pd © cc
  36. 39. pd © by- nc- nd
  37. 40. pd © by by- nc- nd
  38. 41. other licenses
  39. 42. free artistic license & free documentation license
  40. 43. Why are cc, fal, fdl important ?
  41. 44. copy friendly
  42. 45. ± permissive to building upon works of others
  43. 46. examples?
  44. 48. „ Vrzan“ took only few days to be remixed and published back
  45. 49. < /story 2 >
  46. 50. < story 3 >
  47. 51. What is free software ?
  48. 52. software
  49. 53. 4 freedoms
  50. 54. #0 run the program for any purpose
  51. 55. #1 study and modify the program
  52. 56. #2 copy the program to help your neighbor
  53. 57. #3 to improve the program and publish it for the benefit of the community
  54. 58. GNU GPL
  55. 59. +
  56. 61. Why is free software important ?
  57. 62. it promotes the idea of community
  58. 63. sharing knowledge
  59. 64. developing and supporting free software
  60. 65. < /story 3 >
  61. 66. What is the relation to e-Government ?
  62. 67. res publicum
  63. 68. all works of the Government
  64. 69. or funded by the Government
  65. 70. should be made openly available
  66. 71. for the use and benefit of the public
  67. 72. using and learning from...
  68. 73. open ecosystems
  69. 74. open content:
  70. 75. pd ± cc + fal + fdl
  71. 76. pd ± cc + fal + fdl
  72. 77. free software:
  73. 78. sustainable backbone
  74. 79. ecosystem of institutions, developers, citizens and the community
  75. 80. participating in development of the services
  76. 81. all these ecosystems
  77. 82. share similar keywords:
  78. 83. share knowledge open free common information community participate include copy re-distribyte
  79. 84. government could / should
  80. 85. harness the power of such ecosystems
  81. 86. buzzword: business model
  82. 87. buzzword: ecosystem
  83. 88. the end
  84. 89. sources: Wikipedia, NASA, creativecommons, fsf / gnu project, lessig.org.

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