Open Video Contest
Creative Commons and the Fedora Project are pleased to announce the Open Video Contest taking place now. The contest promotes flexible copyright, open media formats and the Fedora Project.
Entries must be 30 seconds or less, in OGG Theora format, promote freedom and openness, and be released under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.5 license.
Visit http://creativecommons.org/video/openvideocontest/ before July 20, 2006 to enter.
The contest will be judged by representatives of the Fedora Project and Red Hat, Creative Commons jurisdiction leads from Brazil, Nigeria, and Poland, and a representative of the Wikimedia Foundation Special Projects Committee.
"This contest spreads the message that a combination of open licensing, open formats and open source software gives creators, consumers, and developers infinite freedom" says Alex Maier, Chair of Fedora Ambassadors Steering Committee.