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Welcome to the CC Hackspace!
See [https://creativecommons.github.io/ Creative Commons Open Source]
Current projects at CC and ideas for future projects:
* The List powered by Creative Commons
* CC Search
* New CC website
== The List Powered by Creative Commons ==
The List is a new mobile application from Creative Commons. The List enables people to contribute to the commons by taking photographs of interesting things from a list of images put together by Creative Commons and affliiated organizations known as List Makers. The app works on both Android and the mobile web.
All of the resulting images will be released onto sites such as the Internet Archive under CC-BY 4.0. All of our code is under the GNU Affero GPL v3 or later.
* [https://github.com/creativecommons/list The List at GitHub]
* [https://github.com/creativecommons/list/issues Open issues in The List]
* [https://github.com/creativecommons/list/tree/master/webapp Install The List web app on your laptop]
* [https://projects.invisionapp.com/share/C71IOF1V8#/screens Prototype screens for the Android app]
== CC Search ==
CC Search (codename: Garmonbozia) is a meta-search engine from CC. We search Flickr, Internet Archive and more and provide a simple, flat set of results that works on any browser and provides a simple, clean way to search by media type and license.
All of our code is under the GNU Affero GPL v3 or later.
* [https://github.com/creativecommons/garmonbozia Check out the code]
* [https://github.com/creativecommons/garmonbozia/issues Open issues for CC Search]
=== Bootstrapping The List webapp and CC Search ===
Both CC search and The List are based on GNU FM. They require PHP 5.3, MySQL or MariaDB and a web server (Apache, typically... but others will probably be okay) plus php-curl, php-adodb, php-gd and php-smarty. If you're developing on GNU/Linux, you can usually get these from your package manager. On OS X, you'll have most luck with [http://brew.sh/ Homebrew].
You may also need to symlink or alter the path in templating.php to your Smarty install.
Ping mattl on #creativecommons-dev or write to [http://lists.ibiblio.org/mailman/listinfo/cc-devel cc-devel] with ideas.
=== New CC website ===
* https://github.com/creativecommons/www2015
The site is a Jekyll site.
==== Other things ====
* CC is developing a free software hacker-friendly CLA for people who want to contribute to these projects.

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