This month the Austin Creative Commons group will review music sites Jamendo and CCMixter and go into details about what they offer and their features. Feel free to review these sites and others to share your thoughts.
David Neff, of the American Cancer Society, will also review how Creative Commons fits in to the new www.SharingHope.tv project and how other non-profits might benefit from their approach.
Anyone with questions about Creative Commons can attend and we'll try to answer any questions or discuss aspects of CC licensing.
We will meet at Cafe Caffeine on Wednesday, March 26th starting at 7:30.
Creative Commons is a an easy licensing method used by artists, musicians and writers worldwide to allow others to use their work according to a set of guidelines you select, including control over any profits. It increases the creativity and profile of those who share in the licenses.
The CC Salon is a monthly event focused on building a community of artists and developers around Creative Commons licenses, standards, and technology. Come each month to meet others who license using Creative Commons technology or work with technology implement it. We try to have presenters, but also openly discuss other CC issues.
We are also looking for artists or presenters who might want to show their work or offer some insight to the commons.
If you're interested in presenting or want more information, e-mail:
Group Discussion List:
Official Website: http://wiki.creativecommons.org/Austin_Salon
Added by drapetomaniac on March 18, 2008