Ryo Hazuki | 2 Feb 01:27 2007
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Franco Iacomella | 7 Feb 01:34 2007
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CC logo font name

Hi,
i will like to know the name of the font type used in the CC logo and
where can I get it.

Thanks!

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Kelényi Attila | 7 Feb 01:32 2007
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Re: CC logo font name


you can find the logo and other graphic elements in different formats
including the font on the press kit page:
http://creativecommons.org/presskit

attila
cc-hu

2007. 2 7. -n, "Franco Iacomella" <yaco@...> irta:
>Hi,
>i will like to know the name of the font type used in the CC logo and
>where can I get it.
>
>Thanks!
>Franco Iacomella
> [ GNU Project ]
Franco Iacomella | 7 Feb 02:19 2007
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Re: CC logo font name

Great! Thanks....
But I have a little problem with the font...how do i write just a
simple 'c' or a 'C'?

Thanks again!

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2007/2/6, Kelényi Attila <attila@...>:
>
> you can find the logo and other graphic elements in different formats
> including the font on the press kit page:
> http://creativecommons.org/presskit
>
> attila
> cc-hu
>
> 2007. 2 7. -n, "Franco Iacomella" <yaco@...> irta:
> >Hi,
> >i will like to know the name of the font type used in the CC logo and
> >where can I get it.
> >
> >Thanks!
> >Franco Iacomella
> > [ GNU Project ]
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Mike Linksvayer | 7 Feb 02:32 2007

Re: CC logo font name

Alex Roberts (our designer) says the font used to make the (cc) is
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Akzidenz_Grotesk

On Tue, 2007-02-06 at 22:19 -0300, Franco Iacomella wrote:
> Great! Thanks....
> But I have a little problem with the font...how do i write just a
> simple 'c' or a 'C'?
> 
> Thanks again!
> 
> 
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Re: CC logo font name

There is also a LaTeX Package: http://tug.ctan.org/tex-archive/macros/ 
latex/contrib/cclicenses/
In case you use LaTeX or the like (I guess that the package is easily  
useable also for generation of texinfo documents).
Bye by Valentin
vale.it@...

Il giorno 07/feb/07, alle ore 02:19, Franco Iacomella ha scritto:

> Great! Thanks....
> But I have a little problem with the font...how do i write just a
> simple 'c' or a 'C'?
>
> Thanks again!
>
>
> -- 
> Franco Iacomella
>  [ GNU Project ]
>
> 2007/2/6, Kelényi Attila <attila@...>:
>>
>> you can find the logo and other graphic elements in different formats
>> including the font on the press kit page:
>> http://creativecommons.org/presskit
>>
>> attila
>> cc-hu
>>
>> 2007. 2 7. -n, "Franco Iacomella" <yaco@...> irta:
>>> Hi,
>>> i will like to know the name of the font type used in the CC logo  
>>> and
>>> where can I get it.
>>>
>>> Thanks!
>>> Franco Iacomella
>>> [ GNU Project ]
>> _______________________________________________
>> cc-community mailing list
>> cc-community@...
>> http://lists.ibiblio.org/mailman/listinfo/cc-community
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Katitza Rodríguez | 8 Feb 04:52 2007

German band dedicated a concert for their fans in Peru & Latino America

Dear all:

Did you hear about Rontgenschall? It’s the first band that tours the 
Internet! Therefore they perform on blogs instead of stages! And today 
they are virtually rocking a Peruvian blog call at txitua.org! They have 
edited a nice video specially for their Peruvian and latino fans. They 
also sent a message to the artist community in Latin america encouraging 
them to use CC licenses. They did it in Spanish with subtitles in English.

Rontgenschall is a German band has that you could know, not only through 
their cool music but also for their style, their stages, their creative 
videos and their different mechanism of social networking that they use 
to spread their work: Del.icio.us Bittorent, Jamendo.com, myspace, 
youtube, hi5 and they use German CC licence: Atributtion, non 
commercial, share alike.

See the Peruvian performance In English at
http://www.txitua.org/index.php/concert-blog-music/

In Spanish at:
http://pe.creativecommons.org/

NEXT TOUR AT Portland Oregon (USA) for Drew at mohdi.com

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RONTGENSCHALL PRESS RELEASE
Contact: Dr. Reimund Blumen <hilfe <at> yourblogisourstage.com>

Your blog is their stage! Rontgenschall – not only the first band in 
history to tour the Internet but also re-thinking the music business 
thing. Four young men with staches and blitz & donner from electric 
guitars do the pop-star-in-reverse: their music is free and entirely 
promoted via the Internet. Download, copy and share it! Become a fan and 
get inspired – let’s try together an alternative  approach to promote 
and distribute music.

Rontgenschall – led by the wild and gefahrlich Dr. Reimund Blumen, 
Siegfried, Herr Stock and the nameless Bassplayer developed their own 
style of Geek Rock. They just  released »Hot & Wunderbar«: Five  sweet 
and stincky indie rock  singalongs you can download for  free. Discover 
»Almost Real Joy«  when you meet »Kicky Carmen«, the  girl from the spam 
mail. Enjoy 15  minutes of fame when they »Put  Gabi on TV« and make 
»Your  Glamorous Life« even better by  humming the »Blue Song of Death«. 
Rontgenschall consider themselves rather as an experimental than a 
band. They think music makes sense  when it is shared, covered, sampled 
  & sung in bathrooms. May be this is folk music 2.0.

They think music makes sense  when it is shared, covered, sampled  & 
sung in bathrooms. Maybe this is  that releases their music without any 
  record label on the Internet. Perhaps it  is the first band that was 
formed to  only do so. So it’s all about encouraging more  bands to 
liberate themselves from  traditional industrial mechanisms that  try to 
limit creativity to the selling  factor. The Internet is such an 
exciting  media because everyone can publish  content that could reach 
millions of  people all around the world. So if you like this 
philosophy, you  should spread the word for Rontgenschall! Become 
friends on MySpace, join their fan club, write a review on  their record 
at jamendo.com! If you  have a band, perhaps you are inspired  to make 
something similar. It is your creativity that should reach as many 
people as possible!

Press Release in PDF 
http://www.txitua.org/wp-content/uploads/2007/02/press-release-rontgenschall-english.pdf
RONTGENSCHALL´s blog http://www.rontgenschall.blogspot.com/
Jamendo álbum: http://www.jamendo.com/en/album/4119/
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Evan Prodromou | 9 Feb 04:44 2007

Re: [cc-licenses] open source non commercial license

On Mon, 2007-05-02 at 18:47 +0000, Emerson Clarke wrote:

> How do you avoid the situation where no one will use your library for
> risk of their project becoming a clutter of licensing restrictions and
> yet, as an individual, still make money from software ?

There are about a million ways to make money from producing free
software.

      * Offer consulting for installation and configuration
      * User training and documentation
      * Write and sell a book
      * Custom extensions, plugins, or etc. for particular uses
      * Ask for donations
      * Offer a commercial license with no source-code redistribution
        requirement for derivatives
      * Sell the media (installation CDs or DVDs)
      * Sell schwag with the logo on it
      * Apply for government or foundation grants
      * Provide software as a service (Web service, other service)

None of them are quite so easy as selling licenses for software, but
they all benefit immensely from broad distribution of Free Software.

Probably the biggest motivation to release a work as Free Software is
this: if you don't, someone else will release a program that's
equivalent and IS Free Software, and then your proprietary software
sales plummet. The Free economy favours those who give their stuff away
soonest.

-Evan

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Mike Linksvayer | 9 Feb 08:07 2007

Re: [cc-licenses] open source non commercial license

On Thu, 2007-02-08 at 22:44 -0500, Evan Prodromou wrote:
> None of them are quite so easy as selling licenses for software

Selling licenses for software is not easy.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Survivorship_bias

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Daniela Faris | 9 Feb 13:33 2007
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Reminder: Artist in Residence suggestions deadline

Hi everybody

Just a quick reminder that suggestions for the Artists in Residence program for the iSummit 07 will need to be completed by MONDAY 12 FEBRUARY.

Suggestions can be made at http://wiki.icommons.org/index.php/Artists_in_Residence

Many thanks to those who have already added to this page!

For more information on the program, please see: http://icommons.org/2007/02/05/artists-in-residence-program-launched-for-isummit-07/

Kind regards,


Daniela

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