The CC Salon is a monthly San Francisco based event focused on building a community of artists and developers around Creative Commons licenses, standards, and technology.
The format for each event is to encourage loose networking amongst participants with 2-3 brief presentations from individuals and groups developing interesting projects that relate to the Creative Commons.
- 1 The First CC Salon
- 2 How to Participate?
- 3 Future Events (Monthly on 2nd Wednesday)
- 3.1 Wednesday, April 12, 2006
- 3.2 Wednesday, May 10, 2006
- 3.3 Wednesday, June 14, 2006
- 3.4 Wednesday, July 12, 2006
- 3.5 Wednesday, August 9, 2006
- 3.6 Wednesday, Sept 13, 2006
- 4 Future Presenters (To Be Setup)
- 5 Ideas
- 6 Background
- 7 External Links
The First CC Salon
People interested in Creative Commons, copyright, Free Culture, Open Source, Art, Media, and Music
A local informal gathering of individuals around Creative Commons licenses, standards, and technology.
March 8, 2006, 6-9 PM
To connect with and build a community of artists and developers who are working with Creative Commons licenses, standards, and technology.
During Event: Chat on #cc on irc.freenode.net
- 6:00-7:00 - Drinks, music, and conversation
- 7:00-7:15 - First presentation: Joshua Kinberg on FireAnt
- 7:15-7:30 - Third presentation: Simon Carless on the Internet Archive's Netlabels collection
- 7:30-7:45 - Second presentation: James Wagner Au on Second Life
- 7:45-8:00 - Anything else?
- 8:00-9:00 - Drinks, music, and more conversation
- extra projector
- basic G4 laptop for misc. presentation/slideshow
- wifi station?
- extra network connections
- long VGA cable
- shirts + cc media
How to Participate?
- Attend the Event
- Present at Future Event
- Add/Edit this wiki with your ideas
- Spread Creative Commons (by licensing and using CC Technology)
- Join Creative Commons Discussion Lists
- Join #cc chat channel on irc.freenode.net (live during event)
Future Events (Monthly on 2nd Wednesday)
Wednesday, April 12, 2006
Wednesday, May 10, 2006
- Chris DiBona, Open Source Programs Manager, http://www.google.com/
Wednesday, June 14, 2006
- Eddie Codel, http://www.geekentertainment.tv/
Wednesday, July 12, 2006
Wednesday, August 9, 2006
Wednesday, Sept 13, 2006
Future Presenters (To Be Setup)
Please place your name and topic here for possibly presenting in the future.
- Rick Prelinger, http://www.archive.org/
- James Polanco, http://www.fakescience.com
- Marc Powell, CC-licensing Recipes
- Ken Goldberg, UC Berkeley, Professor
What ideas would be good to try out at the CC Salon? This is a good place to brainstorm and place up thoughts about small segments at the CC Salon such as mix-offs, live code workshops, demonstration of new projects, etc.
What about a podcast of the event? Could someone record the first event live so that we can podcast the content of the event?
Should the event be streamed for those who can't attend? Also, to go along with, a chat channel would work out nicely as well.
The #cc chat channel on irc.freenode.net should be used for online communication during the event. Also, it is a useful space for communication before and after the event.
Would anyone want to perform live at the event? DJs and musicians, that means you! Also, anyone doing live dance, acting, etc, that means you as well!
Open Salon Time
Similar to Dorkbot and others, it would be good to have 10-15 minutes at the end dedicated to an open mic session where people can come up to the mic and talk about their ideas/involvements.
Maybe rather than just have presenters, there could be some informal screening of CC licensed films along with the film makers.
During the event someone or something should produce the visuals during the event through a secondary projector. More likely than not, there will be a projector in use by the presenters, so any visuals will have to be before and after the presentations.
Kiosk for adding names/emails to the wiki page and discussion lists. Also, another idea would be a kiosk for having paypal donate to artists, cc, and other nonprofits.
It could be easily done with some PCs with a database of CC licensed works. And visitors can get a "souvenir" of the Salon.
A basic session to brainstorm about projects that support Creative Commons licenses and standards.
Speakers who have well known topics could be challenged to speak about new and different topics, or have to rapidly develop some topic on the spot.
While online meeting and creation are "par for the course" these days, nothing replaces face-to-face interaction and the rate of exchange that takes places from a good monthly event.
Also, the Salon model, which harkens back to 17th Century France is an apt model for this type of gathering which is half social and half intellectual.