Even if you’ve never heard of Creative Commons you’ve probably seen their logo before, in fact there’s one right now at the bottom of this page as well as on our print edition. This is because CSQ is published under a Creative Commons license. CC licenses enable content producers a simple legalese free way to openly share everything.
This Friday at 9am(CEST) time the Creative Commons Global summit will kick off in Warsaw, Poland.
It will include regional meetings, plenary sessions, legal-focused sessions, community-focused sessions, workshops, regional planning sessions and special discussion sessions on key issues such as key adoption areas, data, public domain and the new version 4.0 licenses. The meeting will also include a “public day”, featuring sessions of most interest to members of the public, including case study showcases, sessions on CC use in areas such as education, government and science, and a CC Salon featuring local and international CC creations.
If you can’t make it to Poland by tomorrow, the event will stream live at http://creativecommons.pl/stream and you can follow the twitter stream at #ccsummit2011
Additional Summit Info
- Booklet with the Summit program (PDF, 2.7 MB)
- Schedule (Google doc)
- Session Descriptions (Google doc)
- Speakers Bios (Google Doc)
- In addition to the formal program, the CC Summit 2011 will feature an extensive unconference program, designed and orchestrated by attendees at the event.
- Cultural Events at the Summit