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Technology / Open Source @ Creative Commons (CC Salon SF, August 2009)
 

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    Technology / Open Source @ Creative Commons (CC Salon SF, August 2009) Technology / Open Source @ Creative Commons (CC Salon SF, August 2009) Presentation Transcript

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    • <a href=” http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ ” rel=”license”> Attribution 3.0 Unported </a>
    • Why do we care? Programs should be able to answer simple questions about licensed works.
      • What is the work's license?
      • Allows commercial use?
      • Are derivative works allowed?
      • How do we attribute the work?
    • CC Rights Expression Language
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    • Integrating CC
    • Integrating License Selection
      • Partner Interface
      • Simple Chooser
      • Web Services
    • Partner Interface
      • Pop-up or iframe for web applications
      • Utilizes the same license selection rules as license engine
      • Returns a license URL, name to your application via HTTP GET
    • Simple Chooser
      • Drop-down license selector
      • Optionally exclude licenses by attribute code
        • ie, ?exclude=nd
      <script type=&quot;text/javascript&quot; src=&quot;http://api.creativecommons.org/rest/dev/simple/chooser.js&quot; > </script>
    • Simple Chooser
    • Web Services
      • Provide access to the full licensing dataset
      • Localized “questions” for implementing your own version of cc.org/license
      • HTTP interface; take as little or as much as you need
      • But... requires more work to use.
      • http://api.creativecommons.org/docs
    • Open Source at CC
    • CC is built on open source
      • “LAMPP” – Linux / Apache / MySQL / PHP / Python
      • BB Press
      • WordPress
      • Zope 3
      • Django
      • CiviCRM
      • Etc
    • Finding Our Code
      • Git and Subversion repositories
        • http://code.creativecommons.org/
      • Roundup for bug tracking
      • BSD/GPL/AGPL license
    • Talking About our Code
      • cc-devel mailing list
        • http://lists.ibiblio.org/mailman/listinfo/cc-devel
      • #cc on IRC (irc.freenode.net)
        • nathany, nkinkade, Bovinity, JED3, paroneayea are all CC Staff
        • currybot can tell you what's for lunch (when online)
    • You Can Help!
      • OOo Add-in
      • MozCC: The Next Generation
      • CMS Integration
      • Copy and Paste tools
      • Bugs! http://code.creativecommons.org/issues
    • Nathan R. Yergler Chief Technology Officer Creative Commons [email_address] @nyergler [identi.ca] nathany [irc.freenode.org]