Creating the world’s  largest digital library
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
RDY 4 LVL 2
PROBLEM Outrageously high transaction cost associated with reuse of creative works (content) beyond licensing...
SOLUTION Consolidate and coordinate  content standards and  crowds of people
Content Formats (public spec w/no funky licensing)
GOOD HTML, SVG, ODF...
NEEDS WORK PDF, SWF (flash), OOXML
Standard metadata (xmp when possible, exception id3 for mp3)
GOOD XMP, RDF, RDFa
NO GOOD Exif, id3 (except mp3!)
Content Services
Active (API) (get: opensearch/atom/gdata, set: atom/gdata)
GOOD ATOM/GData, OpenSearch
NO GOOD Custom APIs, RSS (all of em)
Passive (dumps) (RDF and timed dumps – 24 hours, 1 week, 1 month)
GOOD RDF, Atom dumps
NO GOOD Database dumps, custom dumps
Content Licenses
 
Interoperable free/open licenses
Content Software
Free and open
Allow reverse engineering
Connection with free  services definition?
Open Content Packaging
Source package/makefile
Makefile
Makefile.conf
url = API_URL
Simply, run: make dist (to make packages)
All packages go into  /packages folder
Packages to be made...
*.tar.bz2, *.tar.gz, *.zip,  *.xo1, *.rpm, *.deb, *.ebuild
Next Step Where should this  standardization happen?
Next Step Should there be more  added to this stack?
Next Step When and where should we  meet physically to discuss?
 
By cp cloudstorm, http://flickr.com/photos/cpstorm/  http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0
By platinumblondelife, http://flickr.com/photos/platinumblondelife5/123381310/  http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0...
or
DIE By bookishinnorthpark, http://flickr.com/photos/susan_w/1472641471/  http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nd/2.0
LiveContent  2.0 現在 !
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Livecontent 2.0 Overview

  1. 6. Creating the world’s largest digital library
  2. 22. RDY 4 LVL 2
  3. 23. PROBLEM Outrageously high transaction cost associated with reuse of creative works (content) beyond licensing...
  4. 24. SOLUTION Consolidate and coordinate content standards and crowds of people
  5. 25. Content Formats (public spec w/no funky licensing)
  6. 26. GOOD HTML, SVG, ODF...
  7. 27. NEEDS WORK PDF, SWF (flash), OOXML
  8. 28. Standard metadata (xmp when possible, exception id3 for mp3)
  9. 29. GOOD XMP, RDF, RDFa
  10. 30. NO GOOD Exif, id3 (except mp3!)
  11. 31. Content Services
  12. 32. Active (API) (get: opensearch/atom/gdata, set: atom/gdata)
  13. 33. GOOD ATOM/GData, OpenSearch
  14. 34. NO GOOD Custom APIs, RSS (all of em)
  15. 35. Passive (dumps) (RDF and timed dumps – 24 hours, 1 week, 1 month)
  16. 36. GOOD RDF, Atom dumps
  17. 37. NO GOOD Database dumps, custom dumps
  18. 38. Content Licenses
  19. 40. Interoperable free/open licenses
  20. 41. Content Software
  21. 42. Free and open
  22. 43. Allow reverse engineering
  23. 44. Connection with free services definition?
  24. 45. Open Content Packaging
  25. 46. Source package/makefile
  26. 47. Makefile
  27. 48. Makefile.conf
  28. 49. url = API_URL
  29. 50. Simply, run: make dist (to make packages)
  30. 51. All packages go into /packages folder
  31. 52. Packages to be made...
  32. 53. *.tar.bz2, *.tar.gz, *.zip, *.xo1, *.rpm, *.deb, *.ebuild
  33. 54. Next Step Where should this standardization happen?
  34. 55. Next Step Should there be more added to this stack?
  35. 56. Next Step When and where should we meet physically to discuss?
  36. 58. By cp cloudstorm, http://flickr.com/photos/cpstorm/ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0
  37. 59. By platinumblondelife, http://flickr.com/photos/platinumblondelife5/123381310/ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0 Share
  38. 60. or
  39. 61. DIE By bookishinnorthpark, http://flickr.com/photos/susan_w/1472641471/ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nd/2.0
  40. 62. LiveContent 2.0 現在 !

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