Wizards of OS 4 - September 17, 2006
This workshop consisted of two parts. The first part introduced the Paris Accord and discussed one key area: collective agreements on music compositions and recordings, the second part focused on another key area: models for funding medical research.Go here for more information.
TACD Workshop - June 19-20, 2006
This workshop aims to bring people together to examine relations between creative communities and the public, seeking to identify common interests and new opportunities to collaborate. Discussions will explore new and existing social and business models for the intermediary between creative communites and consumers. The meeting will look at models and relationships that recognize the importance of creative community earning a living, the interest of the public in obtaining affordable access to works, and the interests of both parties in supporting an environment for creativity and innovation.
For the schedule, a list of confirmed speakers, or to register, see the TACD Page on the conference.
The meeting will seek to produce a draft document, the "Paris Accord" to outline a new set of relations between creative individuals and communities, consumers and citizens. CPTech will posting drafts for section of such an understanding as they are sent to the A2K list, or if you prefer, you may send them directly to firstname.lastname@example.org. Here is the June 17, 2006 draft of the Paris Accord:
You can find out more about the June 19 and 20 conference by clicking on the following links: