Hah! I didn’t even make that one up: Do What the Fuck You Want to Public License. It should have been “whatever” not “what”, which kind of sucks, makes it look like an illiterate 15-year-old american came up with it. I found it because uMap (an awesome piece of software I’m sure I‘ll write about …

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Why is it so difficult to find a simple clock that will show the time on the screen? Honestly you would think building one is rocket science, that’s how hard it is to find one online. I can never find one to show on the projector while my students are taking a test or exam, …

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At Seneca we showed that the Creative Commons registry is technically doable and we wrote software to show how. Now the project needs to be taken over by another organization interested in running it. We don’t have the infrastructure at Seneca to host it. I would love to one day see Wikimedia (perhaps via Wikidata) …

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In this series: CC Registry – What it’s all about CC Registry – Architecture (this post) CC Registry – Next steps I’ll now describe the components making the registry possible. All the source code for this is open source and available from GitHub. Data Source When this goes into production – the images need to …

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