3 thoughts on “OLPC on Triple J’s Hack”

  1. Hello to all!

    I would like to know under which license the recorded presentations are published (link: “http://lca2007.linux.org.au/Programme#head-6af3ad9cefbbb05127e86c3d2f00c2542a1bb75e”)

    I want to download some of these recordings on my computer and watch it and after that I would like to upload them to myspace.com. The problem is: the organisation “linux.conf.au.” does not give any license informations. Consequently all content is published with all rights reserved. If all rights are reserved the upload to myspace.com would be a copyright infringement. But I don’t want to infringe the copyright!

    I thought this event was an open source conference. Consequently the video should be published under a “Creative Commons: Attribution-NoDerives-ShareAlike”-license. Anything else would be a contradiction (Open Source Conference but producing Non Open Source content). I would suggest that the organisers in charge should give a Creative Commons license notice on the relevant homepages.

  2. Hi Videofan,

    I believe the video was CC licensed, and I’ve asked our video person to confirm that and put on the website the details. Sorry for the confusion 🙂

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