[Cc-uk] Would you like your work featured on the new CC-UK website?
nleyton at gmail.com
Sat Jun 25 14:23:55 EDT 2005
Fading Ways has just put up a new page at www.fwshare.co.uk and we
would love to participate with our share series.
On 6/25/05, Jonathan Mitchell <website3 at jonathanmitchell.info> wrote:
> The new website for the Creative Commons in the UK projects is now up at
> http://creativecommons.org.uk/ . It's being done as a wiki, and is still a
> work in progress. I've just put up 'featured content' pages, following the
> example of some other projects such as South Africa
> http://za.creativecommons.org/getcontent/ , and would like
> to invite members of this list or any other CC licence-users with
> interesting work from/in/about anywhere in the United Kingdom if they'd like
> to submit or suggest it as per those pages. The more the merrier: don't be
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