[d at DCC] Active forums on Copyright during consultations? Any archived?
russell at flora.ca
Tue Sep 8 16:08:08 EDT 2009
Copying this to the public Canada-wide forum at
http://list.digital-copyright.ca/mailman/listinfo/discuss as well as the
Vancouver list at
http://lists.faircopy.ca/listinfo.cgi/discuss-faircopy.ca , as well as a
few people in the Bcc.
I've been asked, and I didn't know. What forums have been active during
the consultation? I'm host for digital-copyright.ca and it has been
fairly quiet compared to what we saw in 2001/2002. I joined the Vancouver
list, and it has been more active.
Have all the discussions happened on social media sites like Facebook,
or as comments under Nik's slashdot-style forums at
I'm wondering how much of the discussion will be available to researches
after next Sunday. I fully expect Nik's site to close in upcoming months,
and Facebook and other social media services are not as open as we really
While we have only until next Sunday to make our ideas known as part of
this consultation, this is by far not the end of the process but only the
next step. There will be analysis done on the participation by various
people, and I suspect that there will be many summaries that suggest quite
different things where ongoing public access to the source material will
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