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# Cut, Copy & Paste
_Get to grips with the creative and surprising world of online collaboration... in an analog, offline workshop! Make and remix zines, and see the potential for limitless artistic creation that the 'open source' methodology provides. All using tools no more complicated than scissors, rubber stamps and a photocopier._
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## Contents
- [**What is this thing**](#what)
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- [**Other tools for learning version control**](#tools)
### What is this thing? <a name="what">
"Cut, Copy & Paste" is a workshop format to teach people how open source collaboration and remix works. What makes it different is the creative, hands-on approach: you can focus on the concepts and the experience - no digital tools required!
Cut, Copy & Paste was originally developed as part of the [Mozilla Open Leaders](https://mozilla.github.io/leadership-training/) program, and prototyped at Open Source Design Summit, Mozilla Festival, the Creative Commons Global Summit, and Wellington ZineFest.
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### I want more details <a name="more">
Sure thing:
![blank page in a typewriter](Images/Demo\ sketches/01_typewriter.png)
- The workshop uses stamps and a photocopier as a '[version control](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Version_control)' method to store copies of every step in the creative process - here's an (illustrated) explanation of [how the core process of creating, committing and remixing works](How-to-commit.md).
- the [Equipment List](Equipment_list.md) has everything you will need to run a workshop.
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- a [blogpost](http://www.cameralibre.cc/arts-commons/) and [recipe](https://gitlab.com/cameralibre/arts-commons/blob/master/Co-creation%20Collage%20Workshop.md) for a more basic version of the workshop at Arts & Commons in 2016
- The [Roadmap](https://gitlab.com/cameralibre/cut-copy-and-paste/blob/master/ROADMAP.md) outlining the upcoming tasks and milestones for the project.
![](./Images/README-Images/copies-CC-BY-NC_Eric-Westra.jpg
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![Workshop Setup](Images/README-Images/setup.jpg)
### Yeah, but what's the point? <a name="why">
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