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* [[LiveContent Roadmap|Roadmap]]
* [[LiveContent Roadmap|Roadmap]] - contribute to where we are going :)
* [[LiveContent Formats|Formats]]
* [http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?group_id=80503&atid=559966 Bugtracker] - Submit your bugs, fix some, edit others
* [[LiveContent 1 0|LiveContent 1.0]]
* [http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?group_id=80503&atid=559969 Feature Requests] - Submit yours, implement some, edit others
* [[LiveContent 2 0|LiveContent 2.0]]
* [http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?group_id=80503&atid=559968 Patches] - Submit yours, implement some, edit others
* [[LiveContent Formats|Formats]] - CD-ROM, DVD, USB stick
* [[LiveContent 1 0|LiveContent 1.0]] - Released for LinuxWorld
* [[LiveContent 2 0|LiveContent 2.0]] - for Libraries
* [[LiveContent Resources]]
* [[LiveContent Resources]]
* [[LiveContent Press|Press]]
* [[LiveContent Press|Press]] - Various press outlets, and where to submit press too

Revision as of 18:45, 17 September 2007

Welcome to the CC LiveContent project!

LiveContent is a LiveCD [1] full of a sampling of and links to free and open source creativity software and Creative Commons' licensed free and open content — audio, video, image, and text — for anyone to explore. Please use this disc if you are interested in trying free media and possibly want to create your own with tools like OpenOffice.org, Inkscape, Gimp and more.

[1] A LiveCD is a CD which boots into an operating system when the CD is in one's disc drive, and the power is started on that same computer.

General Contributors

LiveContent is a cd to help plug anyone into free and open content and the free GNU/Linux desktop. Below are some simple pages to help you get started with using this easy-to-use CD.

This section is for active and hopeful contributors to the project. Please jump into the steps below if you are interested in digging in deeper into this project.


LiveContent is made possible through the community of creators, content curators, and developers. Creative Commons encourages others to provide ideas, feedback, comments and connections to other projects on this wiki page. There are many ways to contribute:

  1. Sign up for an account on this wiki and begin adding to the community - your knowledge, ideas and contributions are welcome
  2. IRC - Channel #CC at http://irc.freenode.net - general chatter from CC-ers, affiliates, guests - http://wiki.creativecommons.org/IRC
  3. cc-devel listserv - Creative Commons developers email list - http://wiki.creativecommons.org/Mailing_Lists