[cc-community] [CCi] Awesome new aggregator for CC projects in Asia
jon at creativecommons.org
Sat Oct 2 03:41:34 EDT 2010
Cool, thanks for the shout out Michelle. Yes, we'd love to get the
sites without feeds or broken sites updated so they are aggregating
Christopher Adams and myself discussed this project with Chiaki
yesterday as well at Joi's conference in Tokyo.
If other regions are interested in sites, let me know :)
On Sat, Oct 2, 2010 at 2:47 AM, Ivan Chew <ramblinglibrarian at gmail.com> wrote:
> This. Is. Great!
> Updates from, and access to, CC Asia. Under one (web)roof. The design
> of the landing page is very, very well done. Brilliance in its
> simplicity and functionality.
> And for some reason, when I look at landing page, I'm thinking: "It's
> not so lonely in Asia anymore". As in, I'm aware of jurisdictions
> around the Asian region but it's just not the same when one looks at
> the list of all countries Vs a list of neighbours.
> To those who made it happen, Thank You (sorry if it sounds so impersonal)
> CC-SG community manager
> p.s. Michelle, thanks for pointing out the links to CC Europe and CC
> Arab World. Have to admit I wasn't aware of the URLs.
> On Fri, Oct 1, 2010 at 5:21 PM, Michelle Thorne
> <michelle at creativecommons.org> wrote:
>> Dear all,
>> Creative Commons jurisdiction projects in Asia now have a gorgeous, new
>> landing page. The site aggregates blog feeds and photostreams from twelve CC
>> teams across the Asian continent. You can find the latest CC news from the
>> region and contact information, so it's easy to keep in touch and get
>> The domain creativecommons.asia is made possible thanks to the generous
>> support of DotAsia and excellent design work by Fabricatorz using the Aiki
>> Also, if you're interested in what's going on in Europe or the
>> Arabic-speaking world, you can also visit their regional websites, too. Over
>> the next few months, we'll be souping up our public wiki so that even more
>> in-depth and up-to-date information is available about the jurisdiction
>> projects, their licenses, and major adopters in their area.
>> Thanks to the folks who make these sites possible!
>> // michelle
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