Free Culture

    Free Culture promotes the freedom to distribute and modify works in the form of free/open content. It encompasses the Public Domain, Creative Commons, Free/Libre Open-Source Software, Open Science, Libre/Open Knowledge, Open Access, Copyleft, and Open Data, advocacies to mention a few.

    It is our belief that humanity has reached the modern era because of our sharing culture, and the creation of very restrictive Copyright laws has stalled our progress. We believe that we should bring back this crucial part of our existence if we want to bring the future to us.

    Open Knowledge

    A fair, free, and open future.

    Open Knowledge is about creating a more open world—a world where all non-personal information is open, free for everyone to use, build on and share—and where creators and innovators are fairly recognised and rewarded.

    Open Knowledge Foundation

    Open Access

    Open access is a set of principles and a range of practices through which research outputs are distributed online, free of access charges or other barriers. With open access strictly defined (according to the 2001 definition), or libre open access, barriers to copying or reuse are also reduced or removed by applying an open license for copyright.

    Wikipedia: Open Access


    The fediverse (a portmanteau of federation and universe) is an ensemble of federated, or interconnected, servers that are used for web publishing (social networking, microblogging, blogging, or websites) and file hosting, but which, while independently hosted, can communicate with each other.

    Wikipedia: Fediverse

    Open Badges

    Open Badges is the world’s leading format for digital badges. Open Badges is not a specific product or platform, but a type of digital badge that is verifiable, portable, and packed with information about skills and achievements.

    Open Badges

    Open Stand

    OpenStand is a movement dedicated to promoting a proven set of principles that establish The Modern Paradigm for Standards. Through the principles, it encourages the development of market driven standards that are global and open—enabling standards without borders and driving innovation for the benefit of humanity.

    Open Stand

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