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[[Image:Free Content Definition at Wikimania.jpg|thumb|The Eye of Sauron sees all: DFCW title slide at Wikimania 2006]]
 
  
==August 2006==
 
;Wikimania
 
:The DFCW was presented at [http://wikimania2006.wikimedia.org Wikimania 2006] by initiators [[User:Benjamin Mako Hill|Benjamin Mako Hill]] and [[User:Erik Möller|Erik Möller]].
 
 
;Commonwealth of Learning
 
:[http://www.col.org/colweb/site/pid/4042 Sir John Daniel], President and Chief Executive Officer of the Commonwealth of Learning, recommends using DFCW licenses for Open Educational Resources
 
 
;Churchill Club of Australia
 
:[http://www.churchillclub.org.au/23.asp?eventId=99 Future Directions for Free Content] by [[User:Angela Beesley|Angela Beesley]]
 
 
==March 2007==
 
 
;Free Software Foundation
 
:[http://www.fsf.org/associate/meetings/2007 Defining Free Culture] presented at Associate Member Meeting by [[User:Benjamin Mako Hill|Benjamin Mako Hill]]
 
 
;Wikimedia Foundation
 
:Adopted as a definition of Free Content by the Wikimedia Foundation for its [http://wikimediafoundation.org/wiki/Resolution:Licensing_policy licensing policy]
 
 
== February 2008 ==
 
 
; Creative Commons
 
: The following licenses are identified as being compliant with the DFCW:
 
: [http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ CC-BY-SA]
 
: [http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ CC-BY]
 

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