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This is a page for brainstorming about creating a http://spread.freeculture.org/ with the goal of collecting videos about spreading free culture.
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This is a page for brainstorming about creating a http://spread.freeculture.org/ with the goal of collecting, creating and providing films and videos about spreading free culture (including free/open source software, wikis, open content, and so forth.)
  
 
== What ==
 
== What ==
  
 
A Free Culture based project to collect public-domain based videos about the Free Culture movement in order to produce other media from this to help grow the Free Culture community and help get peole into Free Culture. The Free Culture movement includes people, software and resources around the ideas of Free Software, Free Content, Open Source, and Open Content.
 
A Free Culture based project to collect public-domain based videos about the Free Culture movement in order to produce other media from this to help grow the Free Culture community and help get peole into Free Culture. The Free Culture movement includes people, software and resources around the ideas of Free Software, Free Content, Open Source, and Open Content.
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See Bryce's [http://bryceharrington.org/blosxom.cgi/2006/08/24#free_culture_movie Free Culture Movie] blog post for the original concept proposal.
  
 
== Who ==
 
== Who ==
  
Anyone who wants to sign-up and help contribute.
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Anyone who wants to sign-up and help contribute. Particularly people who like to collect video, film open source events, interview people, craft good storylines, and edit or produce movies.
 
 
== Where ==
 
 
 
Its online at http://spread.freeculture.org/
 
  
== When ==
 
 
From September 1, 2006 onward... (closely aligned to start of school year)
 
  
 
=== Roadmap ===
 
=== Roadmap ===
  
=== Milestone 0 ===
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* decide how to best handle licensing.  Public domain vs. a copyleft?
 
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* investigate if any portions of Revolution OS are available freely
 
* install ccHost
 
* install ccHost
 
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* customize ccHost for holding video clips
=== Milestone 1 ===
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* first month of operations
 
 
 
=== Milestone 2 ===
 
 
 
* second month of operation
 
 
 
=== Future Milestones ===
 
  
 
== Why ==
 
== Why ==
  
 
...
 
...
 
== How ==
 
  
 
=== Technical Setup ===
 
=== Technical Setup ===
  
==== URL ====
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URLhttp://spread.freeculture.org/
 
 
http://spread.freeculture.org/
 
 
 
==== Server ====
 
 
 
Standard FreeCulture.org server for now...
 
  
==== Software ====
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Server:  Standard FreeCulture.org server for now...
  
[http://wiki.creativecommons.org/cchost Creative Commons' ccHost]
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Software:  [http://wiki.creativecommons.org/cchost Creative Commons' ccHost]

Revision as of 06:57, 24 August 2006

This is a page for brainstorming about creating a http://spread.freeculture.org/ with the goal of collecting, creating and providing films and videos about spreading free culture (including free/open source software, wikis, open content, and so forth.)

What

A Free Culture based project to collect public-domain based videos about the Free Culture movement in order to produce other media from this to help grow the Free Culture community and help get peole into Free Culture. The Free Culture movement includes people, software and resources around the ideas of Free Software, Free Content, Open Source, and Open Content.

See Bryce's Free Culture Movie blog post for the original concept proposal.

Who

Anyone who wants to sign-up and help contribute. Particularly people who like to collect video, film open source events, interview people, craft good storylines, and edit or produce movies.


Roadmap

  • decide how to best handle licensing. Public domain vs. a copyleft?
  • investigate if any portions of Revolution OS are available freely
  • install ccHost
  • customize ccHost for holding video clips

Why

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Technical Setup

URL: http://spread.freeculture.org/

Server: Standard FreeCulture.org server for now...

Software: Creative Commons' ccHost