Social and technological advances make it possible for a growing part of humanity to access, create, modify, publish and distribute various kinds of works. We try to support and exercise those new possibilities and create a wealth of collectively re-usable works. We favor an ecosystem where works can be spread, re-used and derived in creative ways. The easier it is to re-use and derive works, the richer our cultures become.*
The forkable repository is a browsable directory tree. Browsable means, you may access its contents, similar to most standard folder structures, by either clicking on folders or files or enter a path directly.
Browsing by paths may seem a bit unusual, if you’re expecting an ordinary website. Ordinary websites normally prefer to supress global directory browsing, what normally results in some kind of error message. Since the forkable repository is a mean to make things accessible, I decided allow browsing is the most simple solution, to ensure this function. Every destination is a starting point as well, you can explore yourself:
If you follow an image link and would like to browse from there on, this is important to know. It is enough to remove the imagename from the path variable to get to a directory listing and continue browsing.
Most of the stuff you find in the forkable tree is available under free licenses. Just check the notice at the bottom of the page. If you are interested in a commission, don’t hesitate to contact us.