[Cc-nz] CC New Zealand
adam at xs4all.nl
Tue Feb 28 13:53:45 EST 2006
..on Wed, Mar 01, 2006 at 07:42:22AM +1300, Jasper Bryant-Greene wrote:
> Maybe I'm missing something, but I can't find any other countries on the
> CC worldwide page that actually have their own websites. They all seem
> to just have a page under creativecommons.org/worldwide/. Can someone
> point me in the right direction?
> As far as the site goes, I'm keen to see profiles/showcases of any NZers
> releasing works under CC licenses highlighted. I could probably help
> with tracking down some of these people.
we can set up a google search on the site that seacrhes the domain 'nz' and limits the search to cc content, like this:
but with the limiter:
> I'd also like to see some degree of conformance to web standards with
> the website; for future maintenance's sake, it might be a good idea to
> separate presentation & content, etc. Naturally I understand that what's
> there right now is just a placeholder :)
its a placeholder yep, we can implement a content management system but I would say for now we just need a basic design with some very basic content. this could eb
> adam wrote:
> > hey :)
> > the domain is registered at:
> > http://www.creativecommons.org.nz/
> > i am writing to chris hocquard, the lawyer i mentioned to see if hes keen
> > then we need to get a site together. i was thinking we should make it the
> > _best_ CC site on the web...for a list of national CC sites you can check:
> > http://creativecommons.org/worldwide/
> > there is a link to each...we can do better i rekin...
> > adam
> > ..on Mon, Feb 20, 2006 at 11:34:20PM +1300, strypey at riseup.net
> > wrote:
> >> Kia ora Adam
> >> Hope you don't mind me cc'ing this to our list to keep the lurkers up
> >> to speed ;)
> >> How's the weather in Latvia? Be good to meet up in June if you are
> >> coming to Poneke.
> >> Quoting adam <adam at xs4all.nl>:
> >>>> All this sounds good, I can get the domain and start a site if you
> >>>> like as thats the kind of thing i do. <<
> >> That would be great! Go for it.
> >>>> As for lawyers, I was thinking of Chris Hocquard, he is on the board
> >>>> of BFM and started the Amplifier (Amplifier.co.nz) project. He might
> >>>> be into it i think. I could send him an email and sound him out,
> >>>> what do you think? <<
> >> Sounds promising, go for it! Can you cc your email to the list and
> >> encourage him to subscribe if he's keen? I find it's good to have such
> >> things archived so people can read back and catch up as they get
> >> involved without loads of repetitive explanation from us.
> >> Great to have you on board.
> >> RnB
> >> Strypes
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