Creative Commons in the region24. October 2012 - 16:20 — Sanela Gojak
Since the continuation of EngageMind projects and Innovation Lab 2012th, at the end of October, and a two-day meeting in Sarajevo on Creative Commons will take place, we searched sites, bloggers and others who use CC licenses in the region.
The best-known internet projects which publish content under CC licenses are Wikipedia, Google, Mozilla Foundation, eBay, Microsoft Corporation, etc.
At the outset we recommend BH. portal Protest.ba, where we find the text of the elections by the artist Safet Zec, article by Gojko Beric, or "Only every fifth young man in Bosnia-Herzegovina has a job" which is a title issue alert about BH. Of course, in addition to the above, on this site you can find a lot of things, because the portal Protest.ba contents are protected under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License, unless otherwise specified.
In Bosnia and Herzegovina, near the town of Livno, in the basin of the river Cetina, is an amazing natural phenomenon, 46,000 acres large karst field called Livanjsko field. So Panda.org site is dedicated to ecology. Besides Livno field, we recommend content relating to the Skadar Lake, rivers Neretva and Trebisnica, etc. Started in 1961, WWF operates in more than a 100 countries working for a future in which humans live in harmony with nature.
At the Dragan Varagić blog we notice some interesting texts in Serbian and English language. This blogger says that CC licenses are very important in the times in which we live, and it is important to know in what ways we can legally download and share contents with CC segment (Copyleft) instead of attributes C (Copyright), which is characteristic for classical copyright protection.
Varagić further states that the essence of the Creative Commons licenses is a legal provision of earning interests of the copyright owner of content (the content protected by copyright) to license their content under certain conditions.
Of course, this blog is protected by Creative Commons 3.0 License - Attribution (full license). "The essence of this license is that I have an interest that anyone for any purpose, may use these contents under condition that the source of content is stated, that is this blog", says the blogger.
Mostarski.net is the internet blog by groups from Mostar, where they express their personal opinion about the present of this city at the Neretva river, as they say, with a special reviews on the practical problems and delays caused by the general political, economic and moral situation in this city and country. This is a blog where ordinary people talk about ordinary mostarian things. Blog Mostarski.net consists of several categories, including: ecology, economy, cultures, human rights, education, sports, region, etc.
Mama i beba is a name of portal which of course is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 3.0 Serbia. Readers of this site can get information on various topics related to pregnancy, childbirth, and about everything that could be of help for mothers and their babies.
Searching for sites that use CC licenses and we came to Balkanmedia.com or "oldest internet’s trade on the Balkans". Music, movies, books and newspapers, all of which can be ordered from this site. Additionally, visitors to the site can read articles related to show business, see the latest music videos of certain musicians, etc.
Citizens' Initiative called Volim-lošinj.org is a virtual gathering of citizens of Losinj and all others who favor Losinj.
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