GNOME in Boston, 2007

We love to see Creative Commons metadata everywhere. Thanks to the work of Scott and Jason this summer, we now have a library called liblicense and some demos for how to integrate that with desktop applications in GNOME and KDE, the two most-used Free Software desktop environments. So I went to the GNOME summit last … Read More “GNOME in Boston, 2007”

CC Salon SF Tonight

Please join us tonight, Wednesday, October 10, for the San Francisco CC Salon. Stop by Shine (1337 Mission St.) from 7-9PM to help celebrate the launch of our fall fundraising campaign, hang out with fellow CC supporters, and learn about CC topics. Our presenters include: Sharon Daniel, Associate Professor of Film and Digital Media, and … Read More “CC Salon SF Tonight”

TempoStand: CC Music Platform

TempoStand is an online musical portal that promotes independent bands, artists, and musicians in India by using CC-licenses. TempoStand records tracks for groups and then releases these recordings under a CC-India BY-SA License, allowing people to remix and redistribute the tracks as they see fit. From TempoStand: TempoStand is a platform to promote independent musicians … Read More “TempoStand: CC Music Platform”