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Application – ValPaL
Valency patterns (verb frames) for dozens of languages.
cc-by  linguistics 
august 2015 by pfctdayelise
The In-Person Event Handbook — In-Person Event Handbook 0.1.2 documentation
The In-Person Event Handbook
getting your open source project ready for new contributors

It seems like every day there’s another workshop, hackathon or sprint, where open source projects are invited to work with new contributors. At OpenHatch, we’ve run plenty of these events ourselves! We’ve found that to get the most out of an event, it’s important to plan ahead. Explaining your goals, identifying appropriate tasks, and testing your project setup, are all vital to making good progress - and having a good time. These changes have greatly improved our experiences, and we think they’re worth the (significant) effort.

We’ve created the following guide to help open source projects get ready for events. We’ve used our own project - the OpenHatch.org web app - as an example below. At the bottom of the page, you can find Checklists. These condense the advice given in this handbook, and can help you track your progress as you prepare your project.
cc-by  openhatch  opensource  events  conferences  sprints  programming 
december 2013 by pfctdayelise
Flickr: webtreats' Photostream
Beautiful background images suitable for tiling. And CC-BY!
webdesign  backgrounds  images  cc-by  flickr 
january 2011 by pfctdayelise
Atlas of Living Australia
"The Atlas of Living Australia holds 23 million records on the distribution of Australia's plants and animals, with members of the public able to contribute to the database with local photographs and information. The Atlas project is a national scientific collaboration between the CSIRO, the Australian natural history collections community and the Australian Government. "
looks really interesting! and well done! and looks like they will support contributions, aka "citizen science".
australia  gov2  mashups  science  cc-by  glam  data 
november 2010 by pfctdayelise
Glyphish – Great icons for great iPhone applications
130 icons for iPhone applications

Designed and carefully optimized for use on toolbars and tab bars in iPhone apps, they're also perfect for Android apps, websites, t-shirts, tattoos and more.
Technical specs

iPhone UI icons are 24-bit PNG images used as a mask to generate selected and unselected button states. Dimensions should be about 30×30 pixels for tab bar icons and about 20×20 pixels for toolbar and navigation icons. More information available in the iPhone Human Interface Guidelines.
android  icons  cc-by 
october 2009 by pfctdayelise
Annual Haircut Day - Illustrations - a set on Flickr
Children's book illustrations released under CC-BY. nice one!
cc-by  images  flickr 
june 2009 by pfctdayelise

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