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On the occasion of the 10th birthday of the organization, the Creative Commons HQ is looking ahead into the future, publishing a list of long-term ambitions and setting out targets and priorities for the next three years.
Creative Commons is turning 10 this year. Therefore Creative Commons communities all over the world will be hosting a series of events and sharing party favors online for a ten-day celebration!
After our visit to Radio Panik last weeks, we continued our radio-aspirations by compiling an episode for our partners of netwaves. netwaves is an organisation that promotes free music.
Creative Commons is turning 10 this year. We'll be hosting parties around the world and sharing party favors online for a ten-day delebration, December 7 to 16.
In augustus lanceerde de Europese Commissie een oproep bij de gemeenschap over het "Open Education".
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