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The primary goal of the Creative Commons Developer Community (CCDC) is to build a community of developers around the development of tools facilitating Creative Commons' licenses and standards.  You can help by accepting one of our [[Tech Challenges]].
== Community Goals ==
* Build a strong and supportive community of developers
* Support Creative Commons Developer Community Projects
* Build infrastructure around Creative Commons licenses
* Build infrastructure around Creative Commons standards
== Get Involved ==
* [[Mailing Lists]]
* [[IRC]]
== Documentation ==
* [[Creating Licenses]]
* [[Reading Licenses]]
== Discussion ==
* [[Refocusing Creative Commons Development]]
== People ==
* [[User:NathanYergler|Nathan Yergler]]
* Victor Stone
* [http://www.rejon.org/ Jon Phillips]
* [http://www.burobjorn.nl Bjorn Wijers]
* [[User:Mike Linksvayer|Mike Linksvayer]]
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== Projects ==
Creative Commons actively develops the following software projects:
* [[ccPublisher]]
* [[ccLookup]]
* [[ccHost]] ([[ccMixter]] source code)
* [[Command Line Tools]]
* [[CcNutch]]
Code for our projects is hosted at [http://sourceforge.net/projects/cctools Sourceforge.net] or [[CcTools Berlios|Berlios.de]]; see the [[Source Repository Policy]] for information on contributing code or starting a new project.
=== Supporting Projects ===
We also maintain several library projects which are reused in some of our applications:
* [[License Wrappers]] language-specific wrappers for representing and manipulating license information
* [[Creative Commons Web Services]]
* [[Web Services Client Implementations]]
* [[pyArchive]]
* [[Ajax License Chooser]]
* [[libfeedback]]
=== Exploratory Projects ===
The projects below are currently being discussed or explored:
* [[Content Aggregation]]
* [[libcclicense]] - an abstract library for implementing license support (C-library)
* [[Dream CC Tool]] - A discussion of the "ideal" CC tool; possibly the successor to ccPublisher?
* [[Development Ideas]] - A collection of nascent ideas for CC-enabled tools. As these become more fleshed out, they'll be moved to their own pages.

Latest revision as of 01:33, 26 June 2009

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