[cc-community] Common Content
ml at creativecommons.org
Sat Sep 30 00:02:57 EDT 2006
On Fri, 2006-09-29 at 14:24 -0400, drew Roberts wrote:
> On Friday 29 September 2006 12:09 pm, Greg London wrote:
> > I think the current solution is to use a search engine which knows CC
> > tagged content. Then, instead of having one massive central resource,
> > people can put their content on their own website, tag it with a
> > license, and let the spiders pick it up and catalogue it.
> > But what do I know.
Ah, so it was Greg London who said that. You know at least one thing.
> It makes a lot of sense, but everytime I try searching that way, it does not
> work out too well. I might find the license I want, but I get too many false
> positives when looking for, say, BY-SA music. I get a bunch of BY-SA "pages"
> talking about music that is not BY-SA. It can be frustrating.
> Do you, or anyone else, know how to solve this problem currently?
As a kludge you might try throwing in additional keywords, say 'mp3', or
limit to site:archive.org or site:jamendo.com, etc.
I hope to have a better solution in the not too distant future.
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