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Where’s Chiyo? Do you have knowledge of this? Anyone else?
The only 'Open Source Content' I'm aware of are the sites which offer news for further distribution within other sites. They ask you to provide them a link, but don't demand it.
Seeing on the public web, content only has to be published in one place,to be read Im not sure I understand the question paynt!
I know we discussed (with Marcia) at one stage the practice of people providing the right to republish artiles with a link back to them etc. Then of course there is the thousands of sites that syndicate their headlines via RSS/Js/XML/Moreover etc (with a link back to their page for each headline). Is either what you mean?
ContentWire may be a good resource for futher checking.
As far as radical movements go, Open Content isn't as well-known (or well-developed as Open Source software), but it exists:
are places to start.
It's not just text, either. There's a separate
Open Audio movement: [openmusicregistry.org...]
Yeah, opencontent is Interesting...!
There is something called " COPYLEFT " .. the opposite of copyright...
There is quite a bit of info online..hit a search on google for copyleft...infact..one of my sites( the site in my profile ) has a copyleft policy on it...!
I'll sure post back some links on copyleft...if it is not against the rules ..!
Feel free to sticky me with url's and I'll see if we can use them. Thanks for the thought and offer.
I like fringe stuff you know and this has that ‘on the edge’ feel to it. Not so mainstream that it comes up in conversation with even the geekiest among us. Cool.