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Revision as of 23:48, 21 August 2005

Another conference call? For me? You shouldn't have!

21 August 2005, 7 p.m. EST

Agenda

Introductions and Questions

If this is your first conference call and you're starting a chapter of Free Culture on your campus, please give us your:

  • Name, school, class year
  • One question that you'd like to ask about FreeCulture.org or starting/running a local chapter

Quick responses to each question, then moving on.

Our About Page

Comments, questions, criticisms?

Minutes

Attendance: Nelson, Asheesh, Andy Scudder, Julian, Karen, and Eldo

To-do List Manager

http://voo2do.com/ is a free to-do list web application that has some nice features, but it's not free software.

  • Is it appropriate for us?
    • There's no backup plan if the host goes down
      • With an open-source approach we could run it on our own servers
    • If they lose our data, there's no way for us to back it up on our own or transfer the data to another service
      • Could be solved with an open format

About Page

On the wiki, it's a draft for what will be published to the about page on the front page

  • Collaborations with groups (e.g. the EFF, PK, etc.)
    • What about IP-SJ?
      • "Intellectual Property for Social Justice"
      • Don't approve when corporations take cultural images/artifacts and use them for commercialization, however this may oppose the idea of free culture when they lock up culture to keep corporate hands off of it
      • We have never done anything to collaborate with them
  • Changes:
    • "Free Culture groups exist at nine colleges" links to chapters page
    • We'll refer to groups as "FreeCulture.org Chapters"

Blogs

New members: introduce yourself and tell the blog who you are, what your school's doing, etc.

  • A post a day on the blog would be wonderful