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There's a large contingent from the BBC here, generating some interesting content. I'm currently in a session on the design and architecture of the Radio 3 website, and how it generates a unique URI for every episode of every show - producing a canonical page for every broadcast. Quite fascinating. It's a model for how every programme from the BBC will be detailed in future.

I've just come out of a talk on the BBC Creative Archive, and the issues with the content owners in developing such a service. It's a fascinating problem, and one that is causing a lot of conversation inside ad outside the BBC. One good thing came out of the talk - the BBC Creative Archive intends to own all rights for its content, in perpetuity, and including all moral rights - and then an appropriate license that will allow use in your own content, and encouraging you to give back to the archive - and there will be no DRM.

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wendyg
Aug. 21st, 2004 12:36 pm (UTC)
Wish I'd known about whatever event this is: sounds good.

wg
(Anonymous)
Aug. 23rd, 2004 12:32 am (UTC)
EuroFooCamp
The event was EuroFooCamp, a European version of last year's Friends Of O'Reilly geek camping meeting. Don't worry, though; even if you'd known about it you couldn't have gone; it was invite only.
green_amber
Aug. 22nd, 2004 01:49 pm (UTC)
me too. What IS it? i am really keen to know about the BBC archive plans from law/public domain perspective..
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