Practical Free Culture
ml at creativecommons.org
Mon Apr 5 15:50:40 EDT 2004
Evan Prodromou wrote:
> For example: providing editable versions of Works, or versions in some
> kind of "source" format. Some file formats are easier to modify than
> others, and some formats are damn near impossible. If you want to
> contribute to Remix Culture, you should provide your Work in a format
> that's easy to edit and remix.
That's the idea behind <http://fourthwall.creativecommons.org>.
> An example would be music. Yes, you can and should distribute music in
> MP3 or Ogg Vorbis format, but you should also make available WAV files
> or whatever track sources are needed.
We're going to be working with archive.org and some other projects to
encourage making WAV files available.
> Anyways, I'm wondering if there's a good way to make these
This is a good way.
> P.S. Whatever happened to the Creative Commons wiki idea? This might
> be a good example for something to go on there. I'd definitely
> volunteer to help get it started.
It's coming. I had already planned to try to volunteer you for some
wikimedia advice, so thanks for the offer. Feel free to keep bugging me
if you don't hear anything soon.
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