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Potential unconference session topics

There's a lot of time to run informal, unconference sessions and workshops during the CC Global Summit. We have several extra rooms available. Below is a non-comprehensive list of session ideas which are not a part of the formal Summit program. We encourage interested persons to sketch out ideas for the topics below, or add different ones if you're so inclined. Also, please suggest a preferred time slot for your session, which are listed at the bottom of the page. Note that your session doesn't have to fill the entire time available.

CC and TOS/EULA compatibility

  • Sunday 9:00-10:40 Raspberry Hall
  • Organizer(s): Tyng-Ruey Chuang
  • Description: We shall talk about issues of using CC licenses in the context of content hosting services like Flickr and YouTube. Ask yourselves these questoins:
    • Why is that you still need to register to a website just in order to download CC-licensed materials from the site?
    • What does it mean when a website offers to mark your uploaded materials only as CC BY-NC-ND or not at all?
    • Can you upload your friends' CC-licensed photos to Flickr under your account?
    • You want to pull out and re-host many CC-licensed videos from YouTube. How?
    • When there are conflicts, which comes first? Terms of Service or CC Licenses?

And we shall have interesting discussions!

Communia presentation and discussion

  • Sunday 11:00 - 12:30 Raspberry Hall
  • Communia, the European thematic network on the digital public domain, published 15 policy recommendations available at http://www.communia-association.org/recommendations.
  • An international association has been created to continue part of the mission of the European network: http://www.communia-association.org/
  • Planned activities are to educate and perform research on the digital public domain, though collective discussion and work led by thematic Working Groups on PSI, GLAM, orphan works, exceptions and limitations for audiovisual, open hardware etc.
  • This session aims at discussing Communia objectives and ongoing projects.
  • You should come if you are a member or if you'd like your institution to become a member and contribute to a more balanced discussion about copyright in the digital environment.
  • organizer melanie dulong

Global community communication strategies: best practices from Affiliates and CC HQ

  • Friday, 15:00-16:25 Yellow Hall
  • Organizers: Eric Steuer, David Kindler, Lisa Green, Jane Park
  • Goals: Affiliates share feedback on what communication methods work best for them. Discuss how to best identify and promote regional case studies. Share lessons learned during The Power of Open. Share communication tips. Affiliates share feedback on what communications support from HQ would be most valuable.

Brainstorming session on open government data principles

  • Saturday 16:00-16:50 Blue Hall
  • CC/OKF/LAPSI/others would like to hold a drafting session on international open government data (legal) principles immediately after the "CC and the Broader Open Government and PSI Community" session
  • there's been quite a bit of work by various groups over the last few years in developing principles for open government, but we'd like to have a community discussion of some of the legal-specific considerations that governments around the world should take into account when thinking about releasing data
  • the goal is to develop a set of principles that addresses the legal and other licensing issues to make sure that governments who mean to release their data openly actually have the tools, knowledge and guidance to do that
  • see http://blog.okfn.org/2011/07/08/we-need-international-open-government-data-principles/
  • see http://www.lapsi-project.eu/position-papers
  • organizers = timothy vollmer, jonathan gray
  • openetherpad: http://etherpad.tugraz.at/XkTswvtrFD

CC technology: licensing tools and other tech projects update

  • Sunday 9:00-10:40 Yellow Hall
  • Organizer(s): Nathan Kinkade, Chris Webber
  • Description: Topic(s) can be flexible depending on what interest people the most, but general direction will be about the various tools that CC offers and the underlying technology, as well as things we are currently doing and things we have planned in the area of technology.

Free software tools for creating free culture

  • Saturday 14:00-15:20 Yellow Hall
  • Organizer(s): Christopher Allan Webber
  • Description: Learn about and discuss various free and open source software tools for creating free culture, particularly on the graphics end (Blender, GIMP, Inkscape, MyPaint, etc)

translation tools Q&A

  • Saturday 9:00-10:30 Raspberry Hall
  • Organizer(s): Nathan Kinkade
  • Description: Learn about the tools that CC currently uses to facilitate localization of various parts of the CC site. This session can also be a forum for suggesting new tools, processes or methods to make translating as easy as possible.

LRMI project

Arab spring under CC

  • Saturday 13:00-14:20 Conference Hall
  • Organizer(s): Bassel Safadi
  • Description: Coming from 6 month and ongoing revolution in Syria, will talk about revolutions and copyrights in such conditions.


Beginners guide to CC

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How to create short videos like CC NZ

[please provide a rough session description, preferred time slot, and and why people should come]

ACTA discussion

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CC and piracy discussion

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Government transparency and CC's role in addressing corruption

[please provide a rough session description, preferred time slot, and and why people should come]

Integrating CC licenses and tools in gov policy/open gov toolkit

[please provide a rough session description, preferred time slot, and and why people should come]

Open access and students

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Arab World arts events

[please provide a rough session description, preferred time slot, and and why people should come]

Open Times

  • Friday 14:00-15:00 (2 time slots)
  • Friday 15:00-16:25 (2 time slots)
  • Saturday 9:00-10:30 (2 time slots)
  • Saturday 11:00-11:50 (4 time slots)
  • Saturday 12:00-12:50 (2 time slots)
  • Saturday 13:00-13:50 (1 time slot) LRMI
  • Saturday 13:00-14:20 (1 time slot) Arab spring under CC
  • Saturday 14:00-15:20 (1 time slot)
  • Saturday 14:30-15:50 (1 time slot)
  • Saturday 15:30-16:00 (1 time slot)
  • Saturday 16:00-16:50 (2 time slots)
  • Sunday 9:00-10:40 (3 time slots)
  • Sunday 11:00-12:30 (2 time slots)
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