[okfn-discuss] The FOSsil Bank and FOSsil Bank Updates
sanglorian at gmail.com
Fri Aug 10 00:31:57 UTC 2012
Thanks for your response. It makes sense to avoid overloading this list.
People who are interested in getting the updates can subscribe to my blog's
RSS feed <http://livinglibre1.wordpress.com/feed/> or to the Free Culture
discussion list <http://lists.freeculture.org/mailman/listinfo/discuss>.
**Admin of the FOSsil Bank wiki <http://fossilbank.wikidot.com/> and the Living
Libre blog <http://www.livinglibre.com> and Twitter
On 10 August 2012 02:44, Rufus Pollock <rufus.pollock at okfn.org> wrote:
> Hi Chris,
> Thanks for sharing this great info.
> Regarding the specific question of whether you should send the regular
> bi-weekly updates to this list I think probably not for the present as
> we don't want to overload people's email -- can people directly
> subscribe to your updates if they want to?
> On 4 August 2012 03:43, Chris Sakkas <sanglorian at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi folks,
> > For a couple of years, I've kept the FOSsil Bank wiki, which is a
> > of libre resources (as well as proprietary resources under what I call
> > shareable licences). For a couple of months, I've regularly posted
> > about what new entries have been added to the wiki. These updates go to
> > Living Libre blog and the Free Culture discussion list. They've been well
> > received.
> > There are two reasons I'm bringing this up here:
> > 1. I thought people might be interested in checking out the FOSsil Bank
> > wiki.
> > 2. I thought people might be interested in getting the FOSsil Bank
> > (they're roughly fortnightly).
> > I've included today's update in this email. It's a bit shorter than the
> > average update. My question to you folks is: Would it be useful if I sent
> > every FOSsil Bank update to this mailing list? If so, it's no trouble
> for me
> > since I'm already sending it to the Free Culture list. If it wouldn't be
> > useful, anyone who's interested in getting the updates could instead
> sign up
> > to the Living Libre blog or the Free Culture discussion list.
> > Let me know what you folks think. I enjoy the time I spend on the wiki
> > I'd like it to reach as wide an audience in the libre community as
> > ---
> > Hi folks,
> > I’ve decided that the weekly schedule for these updates was a bit
> > I don’t always find that much content. But here’s the last few weeks of
> > stuff.
> > As always, let me know of any libre resources that are out there—or add
> > to the FOSsil Bank yourselves!
> > #FundFreeCulture
> > When I find a libre licensed work up on Kickstarter, IndieGoGo or another
> > crowdfunding tool, I’ll tweet about it with the tag #FundFreeCulture.
> > free to do the same!
> > Ronaldo Tours is a documentary about a fictional Italian. The compilation
> > will be CC BY-NC-SA, but the assets will be CC BY. ($265 of $500, 41
> days to
> > go)
> > Lunatics Animated Series Pilot is an animated science fiction TV
> episode. CC
> > BY-SA ($1,744 of $100,000, 17 days to go)
> > Libre Resources
> > Libre Projects is a very attractive website that sorts libre projects by
> > type. Various licences.
> > Fan-made reformatted versions of Swords & Wizardry and the WaRP System
> > available. OGL.
> > Long-time advocate for shareable resources, David Wiley, is beginning a
> > course called Ed Startup 101 introducing educators to entrepreneurship.
> > BY.
> > Adobe has released a font, Source Sans Pro, under the SIL Open Font
> > Liberated Pixel Cup Entries
> > Last month, the Liberated Pixel Cup resulted in dozens of pieces of pixel
> > art being released under libre licences. This month, almost fifty open
> > source games have been released as part of the second phase of the
> > I’ve only played a few of the HTML5 games, but some are rather good!
> > I’m planning to post a few reviews of the games on the Living Libre blog.
> > Proprietary Shareable Resources
> > Yaruki Zero Games has published two supplements for the game Cards
> > Humanity, also under CC BY-NC-SA.
> > Chris Sakkas
> > Admin of the FOSsil Bank wiki and the Living Libre blog and Twitter feed.
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