[cc-community] ImageStamper.com - Early Beta (correction)
alexei at yavlinsky.com
Wed Jun 11 17:24:51 EDT 2008
Many thanks for this, I shall study the RDFa specs in that document and
will work them into the next update of ImageStamper.
Also, I would like to make a correction to my original post on this
mailing list. I have been pointed out by a friend working in the legal
profession that I cannot officially liken the service offered by
ImageStamper to that of a notary because it is a regulated legal
profession in most countries. However, as I mentioned before, the
essence of the site is to be an independent digital witness of how the
image content was licensed at the time of download. The evidence held by
ImageStamper on behalf of image users is intended to help settle
copyright disputes. Once again, you can find out more information at:
Mike Linksvayer wrote:
> CC is trying to get people to move away from RDF/XML embedded in HTML
> comments, which has a whole lot of problems, to RDFa, explained in
> But the general idea is great!
> On Wed, Jun 11, 2008 at 10:55 AM, Alexei Yavlinsky <alexei at yavlinsky.com> wrote:
>> Hi Angus,
>> Many thanks! I'm currently looking into supporting the Creative Commons
>> RDF summary embedded in general content that Flickr are already using. E.g:
>> <rdf:RDF xmlns="http://web.resource.org/cc/"
>> <Work rdf:about="">
>> <dc:title>hdr tone mapping experiment #1</dc:title>
>> <dc:type rdf:resource="http://purl.org/dc/dcmitype/StillImage" />
>> <license rdf:resource="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.0/" />
>> <License rdf:about="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.0/">
>> <permits rdf:resource="http://web.resource.org/cc/Reproduction" />
>> <permits rdf:resource="http://web.resource.org/cc/Distribution" />
>> <requires rdf:resource="http://web.resource.org/cc/Notice" />
>> <requires rdf:resource="http://web.resource.org/cc/Attribution" />
>> <prohibits rdf:resource="http://web.resource.org/cc/CommercialUse" />
>> Would blip.tv like to support this standard? I would also need some sort
>> of content fingerprint that would allow ImageStamper to link the
>> timestamped license to the content in question. Currently, in the case
>> of an image it is simply the image's thumbnail, but for video one would
>> have to be a bit more imaginative, so the user does not have to wait
>> while ImageStamper obtains the entire video file.
>> I look forward to hearing your thoughts.
>> Angus McIntyre wrote:
>>> Alexei Yavlinsky wrote:
>>>> I have recently developed a website called ImageStamper that --
>>>> on-demand -- stores independently verified evidence of license
>>>> conditions for CC images in a user's personal account ... if you
>>>> think that there are additional features that ImageStamper could
>>>> offer to users of CC-licensed content, I would very much like to
>>>> hear from you.
>>> I see that you currently support "stamping" of images hosted on
>>> flickr.com, and intend to add deviantArt in the future. I presume you'll
>>> add more services as time goes by.
>>> I work for a video-hosting company (http://blip.tv/) and a number of our
>>> creators publish CC-licensed content, so your service is potentially of
>>> interest to us. What would we need to do to make our license metadata
>>> parseable by ImageStamper, assuming that's something you'd want to do?
>>> (Maybe you'll need to change the name to VideoStamper or MediaStamper ...)
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