[Cc-uk] cc England and Wales licences live

Jonathan Mitchell website3 at jonathanmitchell.info
Wed Apr 13 07:51:44 EDT 2005


Dear Kunika,

Congratulations on this- can I ask about the page at
http://creativecommons.org.uk . As you know this needs a number of
corrections; could you give me the details to FTP a revised version in its
place and I will do so? I'll need the server, path, username, and password.
I see you have this set up for both our projects, and personally I'm happy
if we operate this jointly for the time being.

Yours
Jonathan
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> From: kunika kono <kunika.kono at oii.ox.ac.uk>
> Date: Wed, 13 Apr 2005 11:56:36 +0100
> To: cc-uk at lists.ibiblio.org
> Subject: [Cc-uk] cc England and Wales licences live
> 
> Friends of Creative Commons
> 
> I am happy to announce that Creative Commons licences for England and
> Wales are now
> live at:
> 
> http://creativecommons.org/license/
> 
> After 16 months of hard work now all of you can start using them for
> your pictures, articles,
> slides, songs, movies, blogs or any other mix and mash media type you
> can think of.
> 
> We have also updated the
> 
> http://creativecommons.org.uk
> 
> website on which you will be able to find an expanding amount of
> information on the licences
> and the projects CC in the UK will undertake.
> 
> Many thanks to everybody who contributed. The licence would not be
> there without your help
> and comments.
> 
> And let me point out that this is not the end of what Creative Commons
> has done in England
> and Wales, this is the beginning of advising and advocating on the
> licence and to work with
> an increasing number of individuals and institutions to spread use of
> the licences......
> 
> All the best
> --Ch
> 
> Christian Ahlert
> 
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