[FOSsil-bank] [FOSsil Bank Update] 13 January 2013

Chris Sakkas sanglorian at gmail.com
Sun Jan 13 02:49:13 UTC 2013

Hi folks,

 It's been a while since the last FOSsil Bank update, both because I've
been busy and because I haven't found many new works recently. I've also
stopped adding most non-libre works when I come across them, which means
this update has the greatest ratio of libre to non-libre works so far.

 As always, if you know of works under public copyright licences (and,
particularly, under free/libre/open licences) you can add them to the wiki
yourself or email me and I'll add them. The same is also true for
free/libre/open projects that are available for sale or are in the process
of being crowdfunded, which I tweet about using the hashtag

This update is dedicated to Aaron
Swartz,<http://rememberaaronsw.tumblr.com/>who died on the 11th of

The Free Software Foundation is still running a membership

The FSF also has a Defective by Design

So You Want to Be a Librarian <https://unglue.it/work/76348/> successfully
funded on unglue.it, though the libre edition is not yet available. It
raised $2,682 of its $2,500 goal (this goal was revised down from the
original of $9,000 before the campaign ended). (CC BY-SA)

The third Vicious Crucible (pick-up-and-play tabletop RPGs), Argentate
successfully funded on Kickstarter. ($2,493/$2,000) (CC BY-SA)

a voxel-based electronic game, failed to fund on Kickstarter. ($403/$49,000)
(public domain)

Wikipedia could still do with more donations, but its fundraising
to be over.
Libre works and sources Information

Consequences, Risks and Side-Effects ofthe License Module Non-Commercial –
is pretty much what it says in the title (CC

Creative Commons: A User
now available in Spanish. (CC

Queensland Government
now available. (CC BY)

#PHONAR <http://fossilbank.wikidot.com/work:phonar> is an undergraduate
photography class. (CC BY-SA)

Muktware <http://fossilbank.wikidot.com/work:muktware> is one of the few
free culture Linux magazines. (CC BY)

Syria Deeply <http://fossilbank.wikidot.com/work:syria-deeply> has news on
the conflict in Syria. (CC BY)

The CryptoParty
designed for beginners who want to protect their privacy. (CC
Tabletop Games

Death of the Japanese
an experimental LARP for 4-8 players. (CC

The Modern Path <http://fossilbank.wikidot.com/work:the-modern-path> is a
take on the tabletop RPG Pathfinder for modern campaigns.

TRIC SRD <http://fossilbank.wikidot.com/work:tric-srd> is a Dungeons &
Dragons 4E clone. (OGL)

Baba Yaga's DancingHut<http://fossilbank.wikidot.com/work:baba-yagas-dancing-hut>is
a tabletop RPG. (CC BY)

Sovereign <http://fossilbank.wikidot.com/work:sovereign> is a Risk-like
boardgame. (CC BY-SA)

I, Chris Sakkas, gathered a number of my tabletop
RPGs<http://fossilbank.wikidot.com/source:chris-sakkas>(most of them
libre licensed) in the one place.

Millionaire Blonde
<http://fossilbank.wikidot.com/source:millionaire-blonde>is an Italian
folk band. I heartily recommend 'Andrea Si Sposa'. (CC BY-SA)

The OpenPhotoProject
<http://fossilbank.wikidot.com/work:openphoto>provides cloud-based
storage for your images, whichever site you upload
them to. (Apache 2.0)

EveryCook <http://fossilbank.wikidot.com/work:everycook> is a project
dedicated to better food through information. (CC BY-SA and an unnamed open
source software licence).

dilly daily draws
<http://fossilbank.wikidot.com/source:dilly-daily-draws>is the art
blog of Filipe Dilly. (CC BY)

Circus Divas <http://fossilbank.wikidot.com/source:circus-divas> features
art from a perverse circus. Some nudity and violence. (CC BY-SA)

Mimi and Eunice now have some
comics<http://fossilbank.wikidot.com/work:mimi-and-eunice>available in
Czech and Korean. (CC

The Catalogue ofIlluminated
a collection of 35,000 scans. (PD)
Non-libre shareable works and sources

Bad Panda Records
<http://fossilbank.wikidot.com/source:bad-panda-records>offers weekly
gratis music. (CC

Dungeonslayers 4 <http://fossilbank.wikidot.com/work:dungeonslayers-4> is a
tabletop RPG in several European languages. (CC BY-NC-SA)

Stay safe,

*Chris Sakkas
**Admin of the FOSsil Bank wiki <http://fossilbank.wikidot.com/> and the Living
Libre blog <http://www.livinglibre.com> and Twitter
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