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Creative Commons License Tagging Android Implementation for Image

In the previous posting, I tested CCL license tagging Java implementation on Linux desktop. After several conversation and change with Wen, finally I could get Java implementation that extract, manipulate, create, and put Creative Commons license into image files : jpg, png, tif, and gif on Android. 441 more words

Android

Flickr now offers Public Domain and CC0 designations

Flickr supports a wide range of licenses to match the many ways photographers on our site want to share and distribute their works.

We’ve been proud to support Creative Commons licenses since 2004, and we’ve become an important repository of U.S. 304 more words

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Open Data and Licensing

From the start of the Open Notebook, we have wanted to provide readers with access to the full data generated as part of the project. In order to do this, we have had to address the two issues of where to host the data and how to make the original data easily readable. 172 more words

Open Notebook Science

Walking the planet

Drawings about hiking

Hiking trails are for everybody, open and they exist because we use them, walk them and keep their stories alive all over the world… 68 more words

Hiking

Copyright License: Creative Commons

Dear Reader,

Please kindly notice that every post in this blog is protected under the Attribution-NoDirevs copyright license. According to the Creative Commons website,

This license allows for redistribution, commercial and non-commercial, as long as it is passed along unchanged and in whole, with credit to you (in this case to…

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Drought

The wind is blowing
through the empty spaces,
that it alone created,
with its mournful whisper.

Grains of sand rattle
on the cold ground.

The air would sting… 76 more words

Creative Commons

Heave Steve – Prince Albert Riding 2015

Local musicians, including NDP Candidate Lon Borgerson, join in to create the Heave Steve video, created in the Federal riding of Prince Albert – March 2015.

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Government / Politics