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#OPEN Geospatial data use cases - Google Docs
As part of our Open Data Institute project to look at how we can support the publication and use of more open geospatial data we are producing a number of prototypes, one of which is to develop a geospatial data re-users guide.
discussion  geo  license  open  data 
october 2018 by kintopp
Fair Source License
Not open source. Not closed source. The Fair Source License allows everyone to see the source code and makes the software free to use for a limited number of users in your organization. It offers some of the benefits of open source while preserving the ability to charge for the software. via Pocket
funding  license  open  source 
june 2018 by kintopp
CESSDA - Cost-Benefit Advocacy Toolkit
In addition, the toolkit describes and links to a number of pre-existing external tools and relevant studies. There is also a mapping of the other toolkit components onto the Archive Development Canvas. via Pocket
archives  budgets  impact  license  open  access 
may 2017 by kintopp
The Open Definition - Open Definition - Defining Open in Open Data, Open Content and Open Knowledge
The Open Definition sets out principles that define “openness” in relation to data and content. It makes precise the meaning of “open” in the terms “open data” and “open content” and thereby ensures quality and encourages compatibility between different pools of open material. via Pocket
copyright  ip  license  open  access  data  source  standards 
february 2017 by kintopp
Licenses FAQ | Open Data Commons
This is a FAQ for license-related issues. There is also a general faq. This is issue is only relevant to the ODbL (for all other licenses there is nothing to ‘upgrade’). For the ODbL the answer is yes — subject to some caveats. via Pocket
license  open  data 
january 2017 by kintopp
CC0 use for data - Creative Commons
CC0 (read “CC Zero”) is a universal public domain dedication that may be used by anyone wishing to permanently surrender the copyright and database rights (where they exist) they may have in a work, thereby placing it as nearly as possible into the public domain. via Pocket
license  open  data 
january 2017 by kintopp
Bericht zum DARIAH-DE Workshop „Forschungsdaten in den Geisteswissenschaften. Lizenzen und Best Practice“ | DHd-Blog
Während der Open Access Week, in der freier Zugang zu wissenschaftlicher Literatur in verschiedenen Formen und durch mehrere Veranstaltungen gefeiert wurde, fand am 24. und 25. Oktober der Workshop „Forschungsdaten in den Geisteswissenschaften. via Pocket
conference  copyright  dariah  germany  ip  license  policies 
january 2017 by kintopp
Open Data Commons
If you’re wondering about things like: why open data matters? or why do I need this legal stuff, can’t I just post my data online? we suggest you check out the FAQ. If you want to know what we mean by open data visit the Open Definition which defines open in relation to data and content. via Pocket
datasets  legal  license  open  access 
december 2016 by kintopp
License Selector
If you see this without closing the License Selector please reload the page. via Pocket
copyright  ip  license  open  access  data  source  tools 
november 2016 by kintopp
They’re here! New rights statements available now - Europeana Professional
We have exciting news! The new and updated rights statements are now live and available to use. Our collection of available rights statements now totals fourteen, each with their own features. via Pocket
copyright  europe  ip  license  open  access  data 
november 2016 by kintopp
Finding the ‘right’ fit to share your cultural content - Europeana Professional
Since 2011, the Europeana Licensing Framework is a best practice model designed to harmonise and standardise the way data providers communicate the copyright status of their collections to users. via Pocket
copyright  europe  license  open  access 
july 2016 by kintopp
Collaboration agreements - EPSRC website
Drawing up a collaboration agreement at the start of a project, before any intellectual property (IP) has been generated, can save a lot of negotiation later on. via Pocket
legal  license  uk 
june 2016 by kintopp
RightsStatements.org
Our rights statements make it easy to see if and how online cultural heritage works can be reused. Find out more about our statements here. via Pocket
copyright  culture  europe  ip  legal  license 
april 2016 by kintopp
Forschungslizenzen |
Die Datenbank zur jüdischen Grabsteinepigraphik epidat enthält rund 150 digitale Editionen historischer Friedhöfe, mehr als 31.000 Inschriften und 66.000 Bilddateien. Der geographische Fokus liegt auf Deutschland. Die zeitliche Spanne reicht vom 11. bis ins 20. Jahrhundert. via Pocket
copyright  europe  germany  license  resources 
february 2016 by kintopp
Diligent Search – Helping cultural institutions digitise collections
Diligent Search is an online resurce designed to assist European cultural institutions engaged in digitization of their collections. via Pocket
copyright  europe  license  resource 
february 2016 by kintopp
Rights Statements
RightsStatements.org provides 12 standardized rights statements for online cultural heritage.
copyright  europe  legal  license  open  access 
january 2016 by kintopp
UK Intellectual Property Office: what is in the Public Domain must stay in the Public Domain - International Communia Association
It is not often that we find ourselves in agreement with the copyright policy positions of government entities entrusted with maintaining the copyright rules. via Pocket
copyright  ip  license  open  access 
december 2015 by kintopp
WorldCat Rights and Responsibilities for the OCLC Cooperative
Need support, training or documentation for WorldCat? This policy was created by the Record Use Policy Council, a group charged by the OCLC Board of Trustees to craft a replacement for the "Guidelines for Use and Transfer of OCLC Derived Records," developed in 1987. via Pocket
libraries  license  policies 
december 2015 by kintopp
Text Mining #2: How scholars can support digital libraries - Europeana Research
Libraries, of course, support scholarship. But in the twenty-first century, scholars might occasionally be able to return the favor. via Pocket
license  open  access  data  text  analysis  mining 
november 2015 by kintopp
Nature.com Ontologies
This site describes the RDF ontologies used by Macmillan Science and Education for content publishing. We are sharing these in order to contribute to the wider linked data community and to provide a public reference for our data models. To get in touch please email us at developers@nature.com. via Pocket
datasets  license  linked  data  models  open 
august 2015 by kintopp
The Hague Declaration
We believe that this Declaration has the power to shape ethical research practice, legislative reform and the development of open access policies and infrastructure. Please show your support by adding your name to the growing list of signatories. via Pocket
legal  license  open  data  policies 
july 2015 by kintopp
Discovery | Home
The JISC -funded Discovery programme was launched in May 2011 to create 'a metadata ecology' to support better access to vital collections data in libraries, archives and museums and facilitate new services for UK education and research. via Pocket
dev  license  metadata  open  access 
july 2015 by kintopp
CC REL - Creative Commons
Creative Commons Rights Expression Language (CC REL) is a specification describing how license information may be described using RDF and how license information may be attached to works. CC REL is described in CC REL: The Creative Commons Rights Expression Language (pdf), published March 3, 2008. via Pocket
legal  license  rdf  webdev 
july 2015 by kintopp
Offene Lizenzen in den Digitalen Geisteswissenschaften | H-Soz-Kult
Vom 27.-28. April 2015 fand in München die Tagung „Offene Lizenzen in den Digitalen Geisteswissenschaften“ statt. via Pocket
academy  conference  culture  germany  license  open  access 
june 2015 by kintopp
Why Open Source Misses the Point of Free Software - GNU Project - Free Software Foundation
When we call software “free,” we mean that it respects the users' essential freedoms: the freedom to run it, to study and change it, and to redistribute copies with or without changes. This is a matter of freedom, not price, so think of “free speech,” not “free beer.” via Pocket
license  open  source  software 
december 2014 by kintopp
arthistoricum.net: blog.arthistoricum.net
Ich werde immer wieder gefragt, wie es um die Rechteklärung von Kunstreproduktionen im Internet bestellt ist. Meine erste Antwort darauf: rechtlich gibt es keinen Unterschied zum Druck. Dass manche Museen trotzdem mehr Geld dafür verlangen, steht auf einem anderen Blatt. Ich komme darauf zurück. via Pocket
arthistory  copyright  license  open  access 
december 2014 by kintopp

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