Open Source SoftwareOpen Source Software
At the Open Media Foundation, we believe that the Open Source software movement is a model for broad social change movements away from commercial interests and towards public good. To that end, we support a number of open source software development projects. Some of the programs we use and contribute to are:

Creative Commons

In collaboration with Google, the Open Media Foundation  maintains the Creative Commons module.  This module allows Drupal users to select and assign a Creative Commons license to content.
http://drupal.org/project/creativecommons

Open Media Project

The Open Media Project represents an ongoing effort to develop and distribute a set of open-source tools designed for public access TV stations, community technology centers and other non-commercial community media organizations with an interest in helping under-represented communities use the media to increase the presence of low-income...

Drupal

Drupal is a free software package that allows an individual or a community of users to easily publish, manage and organize a wide variety of content on a website. In addition to developing hundreds of websites for non-profits using Drupal, Open Media Foundation contributed code and funding to many Drupal modules...