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It’s been one week since we announced the CC Roadshow 2010, our on-the-road national conference for this year, and already the RSVPs have been streaming in from all over the country (although Melbourne is leading the RSVP tally by miles!). As we start to get a picture of who is coming to each event, we’ve been using this information to help us craft the programs for each of the CC Roadshows.

But before the city programs get to full-up we want to give our community the opportunity to get involved in their local event. We’re looking for as many interesting CC champions in each location as we can. We want to feature the broadest cross-section of the Australian Creative Commons community as we can. So if you are a musician, filmmaker, policy maker, photographer, educator, lecturer, librarian or anyone else for that matter, and you’re using Creative Commons we want to hear from you. Send us an email, post a comment on this blog entry, at reply us on Twitter or post on our Facebook wall with details and we’ll get in touch. Help us make the CC Roadshows your event.

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  • 15 September 2010 at 9.57 pm

    Hi All,
    Just a note to thank all involved in getting the CC Roadshow on the road, I attended the Sydney event and it was most rewarding. The information presented was extremely helpful and further endorsed my commitment I have held for Creative Commons for many years now.
    The speakers were superb in their presentations and the cross mix of “Local Champions” speakers that also spoke, was interesting and enlightening.
    I would encourage any organisation or individual to attend one these Roadshows as it is beneficial in so many ways.

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