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Sofia Corsi (1st chairwoman)
Anna Barbara Bernsmeier (2nd chairwoman)
Yasmin Ouberri (treasurer)
Barna Petrányi (assessor)
Joanna Nowosad (assessor)
Hanna Kishkurna (assessor)
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Try to be nice! Tools for Citizens is an Open Educational Resource. According to UNESCO “Open Educational Resources are teaching, learning or research materials that are in the public domain or released with an intellectual property license that allows for free use, adaptation, and distribution.” But for remaining being open to the community, a lot of authors and material providers rely on your fairness. What should be good practice among every citizen is especially relevant for Open Source. Keep the intellectual Commons working!
Respecting Sources and Identifying Them: Authors often depend on being visible as contributors. Help them so that they might continue their engagement as commoners.
Adopting, Not Stealing: Don’t take other content over in a thoughtless way. Otherwise, you might not thoroughly explore the original work and its quality.
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Represented by the board (Vorstand):
Sofia Corsi (1st chairwoman)
Anna Barbara Bernsmeier (2nd chairwoman)
Yasmin Ouberri (Treasurer)
Barna Petrányi (Assessor)
Joanna Nowosad (Assessor)
Hanna Kishkurna (Assessor)
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