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Revision as of 17:21, 23 July 2009

Welcome to the CC Developer Community! The CC Developer Community is the place to find all about the various software and technical projects that happen within Creative Commons, and the larger CC community. All of the projects developed at Creative Commons are open source software, and just like most open source projects, outside involvement is key to its success. Be sure to create a wiki account or login with OpenID so you can add to this wiki and help it grow.

There are many ways of interacting with the CC Developer Community, pick your point of entry below:

Integrate CC license data into applications

Integrating CC license data into desktop or web-based applications provides users huge benefits: they get to decide how their work is licensed from the start.


There are many opportunities to help the Creative Commons community with translations. Check out the Translate page for an overview.

Join the Discussion

The Developer Community is more than the sum of software written, it is also the conversations that the community has; what is important, what to do next, how to improve the old.

Participate in Developer Challenges

Creative Commons Developer Challenges are a great way of joining the community and producing software that others have already expressed interest in using!

Developer Challenges currently open (first 10):

{{#ask: Has Challenge Type::Developer Is Complete::false | ?Related To | limit=10 }}