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@strypey @switchingsocial @funkwhale

Regularly putting a certain amount of monye into a "fund" (I like the figure of the 'virtual tipping-hat' (like a street artis has) and automatically getting it and dispributet to the #CreativeCommons-Artist, whose music you listen to is indeed a good Idea.

There's something for that allready: #adoremusic

adore-music.com/

(Can't tell you the status right know, but is sure is a nice concept!)

It's a #C3S-Project.

@el_joa @switchingsocial @funkwhale brilliant! I've been thinking about trying to set something like that up. #AdoreMusic looks fairly Europe-specific, so I might still need to, but it would make it a *lot* easier to have a working model to point people out.

@strypey @switchingsocial @funkwhale

Yes, and you also might be able to build on theire experience and maybe also the technical foundation they created / use (all #FreeSoftware )

So maybe this is also a helpfull link for you:
redmine.c3s.cc/projects/adore/

Free music that's legal to share 

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Free music that's legal to share 

Free music that's legal to share 

Free music that's legal to share 

Free music that's legal to share 

Free music that's legal to share 

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I presume the ArchiveTeam will look into adding all the #FreeCulture licensed stuff from their copy of the #FreeMusicArchive to the Community Music collection on Archive.org? That's another source of legally free music for #FunkWhale:
blog.archive.org/2014/10/28/bu

@Jewbacchus @switchingsocial @funkwhale

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Free music that's legal to share 

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The #NC clause in #CreativeCommons licensing is both a blessing and a curse. It addresses one of the most common reasons artists balk at #FreeCulture licensing ("but what if corporations profit from my work and I don't?"), and artists that dip their toes in with NC licenses often end up switch to a free culture license like BY-SA. But it also makes it more complicated to explain to people what they can do with the resulting commons of works. Pros and cons.

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