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Revision as of 19:18, 19 June 2009

This project has been retired. Archive ISOs of the DVD will be made available shortly.


Welcome to the CC LiveContent project!

  • LiveContent disseminates creative and interactive content and software through media
  • LiveContent identifies CC-powered projects, creators and content providers working to share their creations with the world
  • LiveContent supports the development of standardized technologies to make open content easier to find and redistribute


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. WIKI - Sign up for an account on this wiki and begin adding to the community - your knowledge, ideas and contributions are welcome
  2. CHAT - Channel #CC at http://irc.freenode.net - http://wiki.creativecommons.org/IRC
  3. LIST - cc-devel listserv - Creative Commons developers email list - http://wiki.creativecommons.org/Mailing_Lists
Media Content Directories Content APIs

LiveContent can be delivered in a variety of ways, such as through LiveDistros. These have traditionally been a vehicle to test an operating system or applications live. The operating systems and/or applications are directly booted from a CD, DVD or other type of media without needing to install the actual software on a machine.

Creative Commons doesn't maintain a list of CC-licensed media, but we encourage the community of organizations and services with CC-powered projects to add themselves to the Content Directories. This is a listing of creative initiatives using CC licensing. We provide an intuitive form to make it easy for you to add your project. Share your creativity and check out the others who are using CC too.

LiveContent aims for better standards and API specifications so that others can manipulate CC content feeds. LiveContent 2.0 demonstrates the autocuration process, made possible by well-documented APIs from organizations like Flickr. Check it out here and help us standardize. You can have your content featured on a LiveContent disc too.

Have an idea about this page? Want to help build the CC ecosystem? Check out the challenges related to LiveContent, or add one of your own below.
Open Challenges
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Completed Challenges
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