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브레인 스톰 아이디어를 원합니다 - 여기를 클릭!

"썸머 오브 컨텐트"란?

The Summer of Content (SoCon) program offers budding creators mentorship and stipends to develop open content and run free culture events throughout the world. Inspired by Google's Summer of Code program, our goal is to support a self-sustaining ecosystem of open content by encouraging growth of contributor communities, and attention to communication and accessibility around projects, where they're most needed.

There are two Summer sessions a year, each lasting approximately 10 weeks: a Northern Summer running between June and August and a Southern Summer running between December and February. (The current Northern Summer 2007 is a pilot run, taking place in August and September 2007.)

Each summer, applicants, mentors, and the open content community define open content projects that need working on. Applicants describe the projects they want to work on and the kind of work they want to do. Mentor organizations describe the projects they can support and the mentors they have available. SoCon acts as matchmaker for mentors and interns, and project work begins! The Summer ends with a series of local Jams around the world to showcase and gather feedback on the new creations. (>>more...)

Why "Summer of Content"?

Open content is at a turning point. While a few big memes such as Wikipedia and Creative Commons have brought the concept of free and open content into the public awareness, it remains unclear to many how to apply open licenses and ideas to their own work. Even the most successful open-content projects struggle to turn readers and users into contributors.

On the other hand, there is a growing demand for educational and artistic content that can be freely reused and repurposed. There is excellent infrastructure in place to support modular learning materials and lesson plans, and a growing number of schools and teachers looking to new sources for texts. And there are local authors looking for collaborators and ways to make themselves heard.

By matching potential interns and creators with mentors in organizations that can guide their work, we hope to contribute meaningfully to the pool of shared knowledge. More importantly, by creating and publicizing processes for individuals, organizations, and caretakers of knowledge repositories to get involved in the open-content movement, we hope to provide a route for others to do the same. (>>more...)

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현재의 Summer of Content 2007 세션은 파일럿이며, 어떻게 "Summer of Content"를 구성할 지에 대한 여러분의 아이디어를 듣고 싶습니다. 어떻게 개선할 지를 다루는 토론 페이지에 참여하여, 2007년 12월부터 2008년 2월까지 진행될 Southern summer of content를 시작으로, 장기적으로 우리가 무엇을 할 수 있을 지에 대한 여러분의 생각을 말씀해 주세요.

인턴을 위해

Summer of Content interns homepage/Summary

멘터를 위해

Summer of Content mentors homepage/Summary

모두를 위해

Summer of Content volunteer homepage/Summary

질문 또는 코멘트?

언제든지 조직자들에게 문의해 주세요:
  • Mel Chua (OLPC, main SoCon contact) - 접촉에 관한 정보는 유저 페이지를 참조하십시오. 즉각적인 응답을 위해서는 847.970.8484로 문자 메시지를 보내주세요.
  • SJ Klein (OLPC) - 유저 페이지를 참조하세요.
  • Wayne Mackintosh (CoL) - 유저 페이지를 참조하세요.

Partners: 위키 에듀케이터 | OLPC
Mentor orgs: Fedora | Google |

뉴스 및 프로젝트 업데이트

July 18, 2007 - We've launched! 
Thanks to a flurry of behind-the-scenes efforts by many volunteers, we're up, running, and ready for applications just three weeks after the original idea was hatched in a tiny room in Vancouver. Help us brainstorm project ideas, find out how you can be an intern or a mentor, or catch our sessions at Wikimania!


This is the schedule for the Summer of Content 2007 program. If you'd like to hold an event (for instance, a local gathering of all Summer of Content interns in your city) list yours here.

  • Matchmaking: August 1 - September 14
  • Project work: August 17 - October 26 (each intern, with the approval of their mentor, picks the 6-week period that works best for them within that timeframe)
    • 1 week into project: Interns (with the help of mentors) send project plans to SoCon
    • 3 weeks into project: Mentors send interns midterm feedback reports
    • 6 weeks into project: Mentors send interns end-of-session feedback reports
  • October 26: Last day work on projects can be completed; all end-of-session feedback reports must be turned in by the end of this day
  • October 29: End celebration

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