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Kune is a free/libre distributed collaborative social network focused on: the collaborative edition in real time of free contents, thinking on the collaborative work of collectives and organizations; its publishing on the web; and the communication in social network among social movements, academic ... [More]
LeMill is a web community for finding, authoring and sharing open educational resources. It's built on top of Zope and Plone, and is very extensively designed to fit teacher needs. LeMill is available as a free service at http://lemill.net and as an open source software package for individual installations.
sf-active is a semi-retired, mysql-based fork of the active project. The active code was a multimedia, open publishing website for the n30-WTO protest in Seattle 1999. From an open hacklab in a downtown storefront, people posted real-time web updates (txt/img/video/etc) as huge protest crowds ... [More]
Attribution ShareAlike Creative Commons for flickr photos using the flickr API inspired by BYSACC (aka "hack number 73") from BBC Yahoo hackday London !
This project tries to integrate the Creative Commons licenses into the Gnome Desktop. Integration with Epiphany (Gnome's web browser) has already been achieved by the CC license viewer extension, which has been included in Gnome 2.17 .
Properly marked creative commons licensed audio files include the location of the licensing terms and a verification URL. This library analyzes the metadata and checks the verification URL to see if the embedded information is correct. An overview of this process can be found: http://wiki.creativecommons.org/Embedded_Metadata
What is cc-sharp?A C# library to verify Creative Commons license claims embedded in media. PlansI'd eventually like to have cc-sharp: Apply licenses to media Read licenses from media Verify licenses This would require abstracting reading and writing to a common interface so that file types ... [More]
Just a concept thing really at the moment. The idea is to create a core application, backends that will feed on cc sites such as Flickr, OpenClipart.org or local files, and will run as a standalone browser or as a plugin for apps like Inkscape, Scribus etc.
Free Reads is a place for Creative Commons Attribution and CC Attribution ShareAlike licensed books. It allows authors to upload their books, wikify their books and provide links to places where printed books can be bought.