Track: Emerging Topics Date: Wednesday, July 25 Time: 1:45pm - 2:30pm Location: F151 Founded in 2001, Creative Commons is a non-profit dedicated to two purposes: developing a middle ground, &quot;some rights reserved&quot; approach to copyright, and lowering the transaction cost associated with the reuse of creative works. This talk will provide attendees with an overview of Creative Commons' recent activities and a vision for how Creative Commons can help content creators refine their copyright. Topics covered will include background on CC, the 3.0 licenses, why metadata matters and how everyone can use it, and an overview of the tools and technologies we're working on to continue both pieces of our mission.
1. LiveContent v1.0
2. Timothy Vollmer, tvol, umichstudent, schoolofinformation, researcher, cc community + media intern, freeculture supporter, cook, bicyclist, musician + many, many others
3. LiveContent, an idea
4. Questions? How can content be “alive”? How do we access open content? How can we interact with CC-licensed media and share, remix, reuse content? How can we connect CC and FOSS?
5. window on
6. Search tools
7. Licensing, marking, publishing tools
8. Open Source platforms and applications
9. LiveContent v1.0, a test
10. LiveCD - contents boot directly from CD – no installation required LiveContent can be delivered in various ways—CD, USB, DVD, content feeds Interaction with content is key, formats are secondary
11. Fedora 7 open source applications OpenOffice, Inkscape, The Gimp, Firefox, Totem, Evince open document templates CC-licensed content 700mb!
17. CC relies on supportive content curators to aggregate and spread open content
18. Creative Commons Content Directories
19. What does v1.0 look like?
28. LiveContent v*.0 Future of LiveContent
29. autocurated content v2.0 for libraries extend to other areas - education integration with other cc tools
30. How can you get involved?
31. CC projects are community projects You can be involved! developers, content curators, testers, evangelizers creativecommons.org/project/livecontent
32. Available tonight and at LinuxWorld
33. Creative Commons Timothy Vollmer Scott Shawcroft Jon Phillips Alex Roberts Cameron Parkins Rebecca Rojer Fedora Jack Aboutboul Worldlabel.com Russell Ossendryver