[cc-licenses] CCZero already being used?

Jordan S Hatcher jordan at opencontentlawyer.com
Fri Feb 15 04:30:50 EST 2008

On 14 Feb 2008, at 16:40, Mike Linksvayer wrote:

> On 2/14/08, Jordan S Hatcher <jordan at opencontentlawyer.com> wrote:
>> at public resource?
>>  <http://bulk.resource.org/courts.gov/0_README.html>
>>  <http://lessig.org/blog/2008/02/big_news_in_the_free_law_depar.html>
>>  Did I miss something? I thought this was still in development.
> See bug #2 at the first URL.
> This is still in development and I'm not encouraging deployment at
> this point, at least not without knowledge that it will change and
> deployers will need to do whatever work will be necessary to migrate
> to the fully released tools when the tools are ready.  As indicated by
> the bug, Public.Resource.Org is aware of this.

Sure -- I read it -- but I was just curious given this comment on  
Lessig's blog:

"This is just the first step in this joint venture that CC and  
public.resource.org have launched. Stay tuned for more public acts of  
manumission, soon. Thanks especially to Carl for making this happen,  
and the generous support of the funders for making this happen in a  
different sense."

This appears that CC was intimately involved in the project. Given  
that there is another existing non-beta option -- the current public  
domain dedication:


I was wondering about the status.



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