“Open policy” is the most promising copyright reform – Mike Linksvayer

abernard102@gmail.com 2014-06-27


"Only a few days (June 30 deadline) for applications to the first Institute for Open Leadership. I don’t know anything about it other than what’s at the link, but from what I gather it involves a week-long workshop in the San Francisco area on open policy and ongoing participation in an online community of people promoting open policies in their professional capacities, and is managed by an expert in the field, Timothy Vollmer. Read an interview with Vollmer (wayback link to spare you the annoying list-gathering clickthrough at the original site, not least because its newsletter is an offender). The institute and its parent Open Policy Network define: Open Policy = publicly funded resources are openly licensed resources. (Openly licensed includes public domain.) … Now, why open policy is the most promising knowledge regulation reform ..."



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Date tagged:

06/27/2014, 06:35

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06/27/2014, 02:35