[cc-community] Festival in Portugal
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Mon Jan 2 16:30:07 EST 2006
Hi Drew et al,
I just hacked it together upon your request and you can find it here:
We're working towards a new version of Simuze (Simuze v2, actually v3
but thats a looooong story ;)) that should be a lot better than this.
Among the improvements multilingual support can be expected.
Hope this helps you and other non Dutch speakers to find the music you
like under the license you seek..
drew Roberts wrote:
> I went to Simuze.
> Is there some way to sort the materials by license?
> I am only interested in BY and BY-SA works.
> all the best,
> On Monday 02 January 2006 10:47 am, Bjorn Wijers wrote:
>> Hi there,
>> We're a foundation called Open Media (http://www.open-media.nl) that
>> works on projects that promote creativity and openess. We aim to combine
>> Free/Open Source ideologies and methodologies and we've created a
>> website called Simuze (http://www.simuze.nl) with loads of interesting
>> musicians that offer music under a CC licenses. Its in Dutch, but I
>> think you'll be able to listen to the music without too much hassle.
>> Have a look at http://www.simuze.nl
>> Ps On Simuze I would recommend the following musicians:
>> Kismet (Indie-rock):
>> EXCON (almost classical, postrock:
>> Headcollision (triphop?):
>> We Vs Death (movies without the movie?):
>> Not on Simuze, but well also well worth listening:
>> Banda Tre (Polish dancehall):
>> Pourquo me Reveiller (Dutch indie weirdness)
>> JCastro wrote:
>>> Hi everyone!
>>> We are preparing an Anticopyright Festival in Portugal, and are looking
>>> for artists and performers, DJ's and VJ's who are into Free art and
>>> culture. Creative Commons is not yet implemented in Portugal, though
>>> work is being done in that direction. We aim to give a kick start to
>>> the concept wich is virtually unknown here. This will happen in April.
>>> Anyone interested or just curious please contact us at
>>> huinghuinghuing at yahoo.com
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