The interns and a Google Policy Fellow at CC HQ in San Francisco have finished their summer programs today. A recording of their informal final presentations is available on Ustream. The first 10 minutes are by Greg Leones from Australia, who demos the new online Jurisdiction Database (dubbed the “Miracle Database”), an excellent tool for analysing different jurisdictions, including english re-translations. Luxcommons is pretty proud to find that the luxembourg licences are, so far, the only french language versions included. Have a look at the query interface. Thanks for the effort Greg!
The two other presentations are from Alea Garbagnati, a legal intern from UC Hastings, talking about her work on restructuring and redrafting the CC FAQs and Tal Niv, the Google Policy Fellow (and PhD student at UC Berkeley) detailling her work on the CC Contribution Project.
More videos on the Creative Commons Ustream channel.