Since the last global meeting of the Creative Commons community in Sapporo, we’ve seen the launch of CC0 and the Public Domain Mark, and a half-dozen more CC affiliate jurisdictions with many more in the works. To celebrate this and many other CC milestones, we are announcing our next global meeting, to be held the 16th-18th of September this year in Warsaw, Poland, co-hosted by our CC Poland team led by Alek Tarkowski.
The event will bring together affiliates from more than 70 jurisdictions, CC staff, as well as a number of CC Board members. The meeting will mark the beginning of requirements gathering for version 4.0 of the CC license suite, and promises workshops and forums on CC community building and adoption efforts in key sectors such as education, public sector information, and data. Planning is already underway to maximize opportunities for affiliates to meet with the Board and other key stakeholders over the course of the event. As September draws nearer, more information, such as scholarships and funding for affiliates as well as ways the community can contribute ideas for events and sessions, will be announced here on our blog.
We look forward to contributions from our community over the next several months to make this event as successful and productive as possible. A sincere thanks to both the CC Australia and CC Poland teams for submitting compelling proposals for co-hosting the event in response to our solicitation!
4 thoughts on “Creative Commons Global Meeting 2011”
Looks like a great event, I hope to make it out! I also know a few students from the Seattle area that would be interested in attending. I look forward to hearing more about opportunities to contribute.
How we can attend to the Creative Commons Global Meeting 2011 16-18 September in Varsavia?
Waiting for your kind reply.
Could you please tel me, how can I attend the CC Global meeting 2011 ?
Looking forward to your reply!
Alexander, please see yesterday’s announcement! http://creativecommons.org/weblog/entry/28666
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