Sławek | 20 Jun 22:58 2006
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my blogsite seems to be rejected by nutch

hello,

i'm on this subject since days now and i'm still not sure what the reason  
is. i'm also not an expert.

i used the code generated by the creative commons site and embedded it  
into my html code just as the instructions said. then i added my url to  
nutch at creativecommons.net. but still i can't find my blog.

the blog is cc licensed fictional work and can be found here:

htpp://zeroliff.blogspot.com

i suspect one reason might be that besides my own cc license i'm also  
using cc licensed pictures in my blog. i link each picture to  a different  
cc license. however i don't use rdf for this. it's regular links and the  
pictures aren't embedded in these link elements.

i would really appreciate your help. thanks.

s7awek

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Mike Linksvayer | 20 Jun 23:32 2006

Re: my blogsite seems to be rejected by nutch

The nutch-based index is not being maintained.  When Google and Yahoo!
crawl your pages they should be added to their CC searches which you can
access via http://creativecommons.org/find/

On Tue, 2006-06-20 at 22:58 +0200, Sławek wrote:
> hello,
> 
> i'm on this subject since days now and i'm still not sure what the reason  
> is. i'm also not an expert.
> 
> i used the code generated by the creative commons site and embedded it  
> into my html code just as the instructions said. then i added my url to  
> nutch at creativecommons.net. but still i can't find my blog.
> 
> the blog is cc licensed fictional work and can be found here:
> 
> htpp://zeroliff.blogspot.com
> 
> i suspect one reason might be that besides my own cc license i'm also  
> using cc licensed pictures in my blog. i link each picture to  a different  
> cc license. however i don't use rdf for this. it's regular links and the  
> pictures aren't embedded in these link elements.
> 
> i would really appreciate your help. thanks.
> 
> 
> s7awek
> 
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Sławek | 21 Jun 23:21 2006
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Re: my blogsite seems to be rejected by nutch

Hello Mike,

On Wed, 21 Jun 2006 18:00:06 +0200,  
<cc-metadata-request@...> wrote:

> The nutch-based index is not being maintained.  When Google and Yahoo!
> crawl your pages they should be added to their CC searches which you can
> access via http://creativecommons.org/find/

thanks a lot for your reply. this explains a lot now. i had to move my  
blog to another site, just to get the rdf embedding right. i know google  
and yahoo don't rely on the rdf data, only nutch at cc does. this was much  
effort for me. but there is still much to gain from my new site.

it's a pity the nutch search isn't maintained anymore. i thought this was  
a great idea, since it enforces license embedding in a very useful way.

cheers
slawek

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Mike Linksvayer | 23 Jun 04:41 2006

Re: my blogsite seems to be rejected by nutch

On Wed, 2006-06-21 at 23:21 +0200, Sławek wrote:
> it's a pity the nutch search isn't maintained anymore. i thought this was  
> a great idea, since it enforces license embedding in a very useful way.

It may be revived someday when there's a search feature we want to
demonstrate that commercial search engines aren't ready to jump on.

Thanks for the feedback,
Mike

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Enrico Masala | 23 Jun 13:27 2006
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XMP in PDF

Dear Sonagi Kim,
I tried to embed CC licensing metadata in a PDF file using XMP.
This is what I was able to do.

I used Adobe Acrobat 7 Professional.
I downloaded the XMP file for my license from the cc website:
http://creativecommons.org/license/xmp?q_1=2&q_1=1&field_commercial=n&field_derivatives=n&field_jurisdiction=&field_format=&field_worktitle=&field_description=&field_creator=&field_copyrightholder=&field_year=&field_sourceurl=&lang=en-us&language=en-us&n_questions=3

Unfortunately after many trials I was not able to import it in Acrobat.
However, Acrobat 7 Pro allows you to specify copyright info by hand.

Choose "Document Properties", then "Additiona Metadata" and in the
Description panel you can specify copyright status (copyrighted),
Copyright notice "This work is licensed..." , and URL
"http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.5/".

I also downloaded the CreativeCommons Panel
http://creativecommons.org/technology/CreativeCommonsPanel.txt
but I had some difficulties to make it work properly.
However it shows the CC info once you insert it in the file as I have
described.

Once you inserted all your metadata information, Acrobat 7 Pro also let
you save the xmp description of what you have inserted.

I suppose the XMP information is visible only using Acrobat 7 (not 6).
If you use Linux, you can also show the (raw) XMP info of a PDF file using
  pdfinfo -meta file.pdf

By the way, the file I tagged with the CC licence are public and they
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Enrico Masala | 30 Jun 17:47 2006
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Re: XMP in PDF

I just want to let you know that I wrote a simple Java program that is 
able to insert (and show) the Creative Commons License info into the XMP 
stream of a PDF file.
This has been mainly developed for the Linux platform, but since it is 
written in Java, it can run on every platform.
You can find all the details, and the code, on my home page at:

http://multimedia.polito.it/masala/public/pdf_creative_commons_license.html

Enrico

Enrico Masala wrote:
> Dear Sonagi Kim,
> I tried to embed CC licensing metadata in a PDF file using XMP.
> This is what I was able to do.
>
> I used Adobe Acrobat 7 Professional.
> I downloaded the XMP file for my license from the cc website:
> http://creativecommons.org/license/xmp?q_1=2&q_1=1&field_commercial=n&field_derivatives=n&field_jurisdiction=&field_format=&field_worktitle=&field_description=&field_creator=&field_copyrightholder=&field_year=&field_sourceurl=&lang=en-us&language=en-us&n_questions=3
>
> Unfortunately after many trials I was not able to import it in Acrobat.
> However, Acrobat 7 Pro allows you to specify copyright info by hand.
>
> Choose "Document Properties", then "Additiona Metadata" and in the
> Description panel you can specify copyright status (copyrighted),
> Copyright notice "This work is licensed..." , and URL
> "http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.5/".
>
> I also downloaded the CreativeCommons Panel
> http://creativecommons.org/technology/CreativeCommonsPanel.txt
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