Naming help?

Matthew at

So my website is divided into sections, namely Text (fiction), Art (illustrations and comics), and Code (programs and games). They're all pretty straightforward. I want to add a section for derivative works I've made based on others' freely-licensed and public domain works, e.g. covers I made for LibriVox, and in the future, some translations of novels. But I'm having trouble thinking of a pithy section title for that. All I've come up with is "Open", which is a bit vague, and "Derivative Works", which doesn't really imply free licensing. Any ideas? I'm going with "Remixes" for now I guess...

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Call it "Not Integral Works" ;)


Nah, seriously, maybe something along the lines of "Libre Derivatives". Depending on the audience, the "libre" word could be commonly understood in this sense.

Maybe "Libre Remixes"? I'm not sure if that word matches the kind of "derivative works" you have there (or at least most of them).

My 2 cents =)

P.S.- "Copylefties"? xD

EDIT: Interesting. Your edit with "Remixes" came at about the same time as my comment =)

JanKusanagi @i at 2016-05-11T23:59:28Z

>> JanKusanagi:

EDIT: Interesting. Your edit with "Remixes" came at about the same time as my comment =)”

Haha, it's funny how these things work out. Thanks for your advice!

Matthew at 2016-05-12T00:05:07Z

How would "symbioses" or "synergisms" fit?

Here are a couple of CC works you could make covers for or translations of.  It's the first two novels in my Green Comet trilogy.  Ebooks and recordings.  I would love to see respins, remixes or synergisms or any kind.

Green Comet website.

Jim Bowering at 2016-05-13T17:44:07Z