The CC Salon is a monthly event focused on building a community of artists and developers around Creative Commons licenses, standards, and technology. The first event is set for San Francisco with intention for the idea to replicate in other locations internationally.
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 Next CC Salon: April 12, 2006
- 2 Announcement List
- 3 How to Participate
- 4 Communication
- 5 Speakers
- 6 Start Your Own CC Salon
- 7 All CC Salons
- 8 Future Events (Monthly on 2nd Wednesday)
- 9 Past Events
- 10 Future Presenters (To Be Setup)
- 11 Ideas
- 12 Background
- 13 External Links
The Next CC Salon: April 12, 2006
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.
April 12, 2006, 6-9 PM
- During Event
- Drink & Talk
- Chat on #cc on irc.freenode.net
- wifi provided free
- 6:00-7:00 - Drinks, conversation, and music
- 7:00-7:05 - Welcome
- 7:00-7:15 - First presentation: James Polanco, http://www.fakescience.com, podcasting and fakescience music label
- 7:15-7:30 - Second presentation: ?
- 7:30-7:45 - Third presentation: Lucas Gonze, http://webjay.org/, http://gonze.com/weblog/ (45 min), "How the Net is Changing Music"
- A structured conversation about the unique features of net-native music.
- 7:45-8:00 - Wrap-up, questions, etc.
- 8:00-9:00 - More drinks, conversation, and music (provided by Minus Kelvin)
To connect with and build a community of artists and developers who are working with Creative Commons licenses, standards, and technology.
- Join Creative Commons community mailing list
- Join #cc chat channel on irc.freenode.net (live during event)
- Wiki: http://wiki.creativecommons.org/edit/Salon (Bookmark it!)
- Please show up 30 minutes prior to the event beginning to get your presentation and laptop setup.
- Please format your talk for 15-20 minutes in length.
- NOTE: It is good to have 10-15 slides prepared for your talk, or some type of general outline for how you want to structure your presentation
- NOTE: We have an extra powerbook G4 if you would like to put your slides, video, or web urls up on the main screen
Start Your Own CC Salon
- Make sure that there isn't a salon in your location already
- Add your page to the Salon#All_CC_Salons
- Copy and paste the content of this page into your new salon page
- Pick a location for the Salon that is accessible to people
- Select how regular you want to have this new salon (monthly, bi-monthly, quarterly)
- Notify Creative Commons (events at creativecommons.org) that you are planning to start up a new CC Salon (for assistance, support, etc)
- Write up an announcement for your event and send out at least 2 weeks in advance of your event
- Have fun!
All CC Salons
- CC Salon SF
- Add your salon here...