[cc-br] A word from your moderator

Omar Kaminski omar at kaminski.adv.br
Mon Jun 2 16:36:56 EDT 2003


Dear Julian,

1-) ...
2-)...

3-) Since most of us are brazilians, I think we could express better in
portuguese, since we'll talk about legal topics, terms and agreements, which
were wrote originally in portuguese. The real meaning could be lost in the
translation.

Omar



----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Julian Dibbell" <julian at juliandibbell.com>
To: <cc-br at lists.ibiblio.org>
Sent: Monday, June 02, 2003 4:14 PM
Subject: [cc-br] A word from your moderator


> Greetings, all:
>
> Welcome, once again, to the cc-br mailing list. As project lead (pro
> tempore) for Creative Commons Brazil, I look forward to helping make this
> list the central forum for discussing -- and collaborating on -- the
porting
> of the Creative Commons licenses into the Brazilian legal system.
>
> I'm also excited to hear that some of you have already begun working
> together on this project, and I don't want to disrupt any conversations in
> progress. But if it wouldn't be too awkward to move those conversations
over
> here where the rest of us can benefit from them, by all means please do
so.
>
> And now, two more requests, and a question:
>
> 1. Can we hear from those of you who haven't yet introduced yourselves? No
> elaborate commentary required (though you're welcome to get as elaborate
as
> you'd like). Just a quick introduction.
>
> 2. Can one (or more) of you who will be attending the meeting at Gilberto
> Gil's house in Rio this afternoon volunteer to take notes and give us a
> report?
>
> 3. The question: What are your thoughts on the appropriate language for
this
> list? English or Portuguese? (Keep in mind that I can read Portuguese just
> fine [and write it if I have to].)
>
> Julian
>
>
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