Case Studies/The Archilogy Institute
IT governance framework should not be proprietary but open and creative — Tru Dô-Khac
Location : global
Funding/business model : multiple
Partner organizations : community (no central legal entity)
Objectives : The Archilogy Institute pursues multiple projects depending on its members. In a nutshell, The Archilogy Institute vision inherits from opensource, wikipedia and IT cloud visions. It operates as an organism composed of independant "cells" nurtured by individuals or organizations and irrigated by “streams of knowledge”.
One project should deliver an alternative to proprietary (copyrighted) information technology governance (IT governance) frameworks.
Licenses adopted : all cc and copyright
How is the license applied : depending on the business model of the contributor.
Can you provide any available statistics : too early (project just started)
What has been the author or organization's experience with Creative Commons licenses so far – Tru Dô-Khac is chairman of X-Propriété-Intellectuelle (X-Intellectual-Property), a professional group within Ecole Polytechnique ParisTech alumni association. Discussed items : IP market place, dynamics between IP and IT, evolution of IP usage (such as CC use)
What have been the benefits and lessons learned? : differentiated use of IP (eg use of CC's and C) frees innovation models.
How did the authorfirst hear about Creative Commons?
Through President Obama who placed its campaign web site (Obama-Biden transition project www.change.gov ) under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License.
Why did he choose to license under Creative Commons? to innovate in innovation model.
Which license did he select? all CC's and C
Why ? To leverage the capability to use multiple business models.
Any other issues you may have come across/comments you’d like to make : no