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Revision as of 15:31, 17 December 2008

The Eye of Sauron sees all: DFCW title slide at Wikimania 2006

August 2006

Wikimania
The DFCW was presented at Wikimania 2006 by initiators Benjamin Mako Hill and Erik Möller.
Commonwealth of Learning
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
Future Directions for Free Content by Angela Beesley

March 2007

Free Software Foundation
Defining Free Culture presented at Associate Member Meeting by Benjamin Mako Hill
Wikimedia Foundation
Adopted as a definition of Free Content by the Wikimedia Foundation for its licensing policy

February 2008

Creative Commons
The following licenses are identified as being compliant with the DFCW:
CC-BY-SA
CC-BY