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Brent Tuttle is a musician born in New York. He grew up in Granville NY and went to study music at Roberts Wesleyan College in Rochester New York. His first album "Reflection" was released in September of 2009.
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Translations of the ''Definition of Free Cultural Works'' are coordinated here. Translations will be approved by [[moderators]] before they are linked from the official definition. Please help us translate the definition into every language in the world!
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To get started, please [http://freedomdefined.org/index.php?title=Translations&action=edit edit this page] and add a link to your language if it doesn't exist, in the format of the existing ones below:
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* [[Definition/Ar]] - Arabic
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* [[Definition/Bg]] - Bulgarian (translation and proofreading '''done''')
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* [[Definition/Ca]] - Catalan (translation and proofreading '''done''')
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* [[Definition/Zh]] - Simplified Chinese (translation done, needs proofreading)
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* [[Definition/Zh-TW]] - Traditional Chinese
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* [[Definition/Cs]] - Czech (translation done, needs proofreading, copyediting etc.)
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* [[Definition/El]] - Greek (translation done, needs proofreading, copyediting etc.)
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* [[Definition/En]] - '''English original'''
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* [[Definition/Eo]] - Esperanto
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* [[Definition/Et]] - Estonian
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* [[Definition/Fi]] - Finnish (translation done, needs proofreading, copyediting etc.)
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* [[Definition/Fr]] - French (translation in progress)
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* [[Definition/De]] - German (translation done, needs proofreading, copyediting etc.)
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* [[Definition/He]] - Hebrew
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* [[Definition/Hu]] - Hungarian
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* [[Definition/Ia]] - Interlingua (translation done, needs proofreading)
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* [[Definition/Id]] - Indonesian (started)
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* [[Definition/It]] - Italian (translation and proofreading '''done''')
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* [[Definition/Ja]] - Japanese
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* [[Definition/Ko]] - Korean (translation and proofreading '''done''')
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* [[Definition/Nb]] - Norwegian (Bokmål) (translation and proofreading '''done''')
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* [[Definition/Nl]] - Dutch
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* [[Definition/Mk]] - Macedonian (translation and proofreading '''done''')
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* [[Definition/Pl]] - Polish (translation and proofreading '''done''')
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* [[Definition/Pt]] - Portuguese
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* [[Definition/Ru]] - Russian (translation done, needs proofreading)
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* [[Definition/Sk]] - Slovak (translation and proofreading '''done''')
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* [[Definition/Es]] - Spanish (translation done, needs proofreading)
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* [[Definition/Sv]] - Swedish (status: translated, copyedited, needs adjustment on special words and terms)
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* [[Definition/Gl]] - Galician (translated)
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* [[Definition/Uk]] - Ukrainian (translation done, needs proofreading)
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We are using [[m:List_of_Wikipedias|Wikipedia language codes]] to identify languages.  To start a translation, follow the link above and create the definition or edit/improve it.  Update the status of the definition on this page when you reach a milestone.
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You can find the original (protected) v1.0 text [http://freedomdefined.org/index.php?title=Definition&action=edit from here].
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Once you are done, contact one of the [[moderators]] or e-mail Erik at (<tt>eloquence at gmail dot com</tt>).

Revision as of 00:35, 29 September 2009

Translations of the Definition of Free Cultural Works are coordinated here. Translations will be approved by moderators before they are linked from the official definition. Please help us translate the definition into every language in the world!

To get started, please edit this page and add a link to your language if it doesn't exist, in the format of the existing ones below:


We are using Wikipedia language codes to identify languages. To start a translation, follow the link above and create the definition or edit/improve it. Update the status of the definition on this page when you reach a milestone.

You can find the original (protected) v1.0 text from here.

Once you are done, contact one of the moderators or e-mail Erik at (eloquence at gmail dot com).