free software, free culture, free hardware
welcome to the website section of our library. we encourage you to help us expand our library by recommending titles, and by creating similar libraries of your own. you can even copy our [[library]], in whole or in part. the license for our library listings is the cc0 copyright waiver.
please use the cc0 license for your library listings if you wish to help us expand our library through the creation of your own. that way, we can add parts of your library to ours (just as you can add parts of our library to yours.)
even if you do not create your library in the same way, we recommend promoting titles with the licenses of items found in our library. some of the licenses we recommend and accept in this library can be found on this page: [[recommended-licenses]]
reforming copyright law is another way to help our library grow. until copyright law is actually reformed, using free licenses for your work helps maintain a culture that is not controlled exclusively by monopolies.
sites that use free licenses for content and for website code:
[url]https://small-tech.org[url] -- Small Technology Foundation uses [cc-by-4.0] on their website, and AGPL3 or later for source code.
[url]https://shardiame.keybase.pub/posts[url] -- [lit]/home/shardiame[lit] uses [cc0-1.0] on their website, and several free software licenses cover its framework (Hugo).
[url]https://okfn.org[url] -- Open Knowledge Foundation uses [cc-by-4.0] on their site, and the "MIT License" for their website code can be found here: [url]https://github.com/okfn/website/blob/master/LICENSE.txt[url]
[url]https://njoseph.me/mediawiki/[url] -- Joseph Nuthalapati Knowledgebase uses [cc-by-sa-3.0] on their site, and MediaWiki to run the wiki.
[url]https://personaljournal.ca/paulsutton/[url] -- Paul Sutton uses [cc-by-4.0] on their site, and WriteFreely to run the blog.
This [[library]] is based on a cc0-licensed markdown-like[lit]/[lit]wiki-like system that you can copy as easily as right-clicking it, selecting "view source" and copying and pasting the code into a different neocities site or other site (works online or offline.)
[url]https://haskellweekly.news/issues/1.html[url] -- Haskell Weekly as of September 27, 2018 has 126 issues, licensed [cc-by-4.0] while the site code is under an MIT license.
sites that use free licenses for content:
[url]http://journals.plos.org/plosone/[url] -- PLOS One | Scientific Journal using [lit]Creative Commons Attribution 4.0[lit]
[url]http://techrights.org/[url] -- Techrights | Free-Software-related news using [lit]Creative Commons Attribution-Sharealike 3.0[lit]
[url]http://librivox.org/[url] -- Librivox | (Note the spelling, or you may not find it later) has over 12,000 audio books in the public domain
[url]https://longmontobserver.org/[url] -- The Longmont Observer | Covers news stories for the city of Longmont, Colorado under a [lit]Creative Commons Attribution 4.0[lit] license
[url]https://citizenlab.ca/[url] -- The Citizen Lab | Monitors internet censorship and surveillance of civil society, and its website is under a [lit]Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 Canada[lit] license
[url]http://en.farsnews.ir/newsv.aspx?srv=417[url] -- Fars News Agency | Uses [lit]Creative Commons Attribution 4.0[lit] and features an interesting collection of science and technology articles. Note the original URL posted here, [lit]http://en.farsnews.com/newsv.aspx?srv=417[lit] was censored due to trade restrictions.
[url]https://lunavisions.altervista.org/[url] -- Luna Visions | Pagan blog using [cc-by-sa-4.0]
[url]https://neocities.org/site/frogesay[url] -- Frogesay | Excellent blog for rants with a bit of philosophy thrown in; uses [cc0-1.0]
[url]http://puppylinux.com[url] -- Puppy Linux | Everything-as-root live distro by Barry Kauler