[cc-br] A word from your moderator

Cronai at oglobo.com.br Cronai at oglobo.com.br
Tue Jun 3 03:14:03 EDT 2003


Olá, amigos.

Esse não é bem o report que o Julian pediu; é só uma notinha rápida pra não
deixar vocês sem notícias do encontro, que foi muito bom e produtivo.
Suponho que o Barlow, o Ronaldo ou a Renata (ou todos ao mesmo tempo) dêem
maiores detalhes em breve, mas adianto que Joaquim Falcão fez uma ótima
apresentação do projeto, cujas linhas gerais me pareceram bem mapeadas. Ele
ficou de nos enviar a todos essa apresentação, de modo que não vou entrar
nisso; o que acho importante registrar é que, definitivamente, e por
incrível que pareça, a coisa está andando. 

Gil ficou empolgado e surpreso ao constatar que já há um projeto concreto
para o imdb-BR (internet music data base; brincadeira minha, inventei agora
-- ainda não há um nome para o projeto). Creio que, no que depender dele,
vai, e bem.  

Ficou estabelecido que o imdb-BR fica sob a asa da Biblioteca Nacional.
Pedro Corrêa do Lago (o diretor da BN) ainda não conhecia o projeto, teve
algumas dúvidas, mas saiu entusiasmado com o que viu, já se preocupando com
os detalhes práticos, como que tamanho de equipe será necessário, onde
instalá-la, etc. Outro que ficou igualmente impressionado, e que tem grande
importância nessa história: João Moreira Salles. O acervo já digitalizado do
Instituto Moreira Salles pode ser, por si só, um extraordinário começo.   

Enfim: mando-vos essas mal tecladas apenas para dizer que saí do encontro
com a excelente sensação de estar vendo o nascimento de algo belo, bom e
original. Não é todo dia que isso acontece.

Beijocas para todos,

Cora

PS -- As for languages, Julian: I think both English and Portuguese will be
OK. The most important thing is, in my view, that we make ourselves
understood. Cheers!




-----Original Message-----
From: Julian Dibbell
To: cc-br at lists.ibiblio.org
Sent: 2/6/2003 16:14
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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-----Original Message-----
From: Julian Dibbell
To: cc-br at lists.ibiblio.org
Sent: 2/6/2003 16:14
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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