Submissions/Towards a free culture and access to knowledge movement?/Working page to prepare the panel
NOTES TO PREPARE THE PANEL
- Transversal debate on how to coordinate internationally
- Issues on the Brazilian case: The Internet Bill of Rights, the Copyrgith Law Reform, the Universal Broadband Plan, movements towards open access to science, open educational resources and open data from public administration, the dispute around digital television standards and the use of radiofrequency spectrum, the culture points program and the reform of the law for public incentives to culture, the first national conference on communications, the pirate party getting organized, the role of free culture in the 2010 presidential elections, etc. Contacts: abdo (at) member.fsf.org & everton137 (at) gmail.com
- David Harris can also be helpful in providing a USA perspective.
- See earlier submission: Submissions/Polish and New York open education alliances: the future model for broader cooperation? - can we expand the panel to join it ? Polimerek 06:52, 25 May 2010 (UTC)
Hello Polimerek! I show that your description of the activity is very much Open education material, which I think it is an issue important enough to require its own panel. How would you see the possible merging? That you do a short intro on the Open education experience? What does other think? See this note also in the panel preparation page. Mayo Mayo 22:32, 25 May 2010 (UTC)
- Argentine free culture movement. We can provide information regarding the free culture movement in Argentina and some overview about the south cone (maybe including Chile and Uruguay). --MotherForker 14:55, 26 May 2010 (UTC)