Tag Archives: Creative Commons

Track who is using your CC content.

Very cool idea similar concept to the central ping idea I was banging around…

From RW:

Attributor Corp. announced a collaboration with Creative Commons today to offer a free service to anyone wishing to track their content on-line. The service is called FairShare. Provide FairShare with an RSS feed of your content and the service will compare it to billions of indexed pages around the web.

WordPress and Creative Commons

We talk the talk but we don’t really walk the walk with regards to “open content” on the Blogs @ UBC project, we still don’t have a proper option to allow the users to CC license their content.

What CC plugin are people using?
There are quite a few options:
1) http://wiki.creativecommons.org/WpLicense
2) http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/progressive-license/
3) http://www.g-loaded.eu/2006/01/14/creative-commons-configurator-wordpress-plugin/
4) http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wp-cc/
5) http://labs.creativecommons.org/2008/07/01/per-blog-registrations-for-wordpress-mu/

I am kind of keen on #3 although it seems dated it includes RSS licensing.

I would like to use a plugin that I could use to create a list of CC blogs in our WordPress MU setup.