Licensing and attribution


Content licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution- International (CC BY 4.0) license unless otherwise mentioned. File:Cc-by-icon.png
All scholarly work with Open Access.


We strive to release the source code of the software that we produce under a GNU GFDL license but at times we release with other suitable open licenses too. For instance, it makes more sense to release a font under a SIL Open Font License (OFL). See our git to check our entire repository. Our other project—OpenSpeaks—has its code hosted and maintained in a separate repo.


Our data is always released under a CC0 license (comparable to Public Domain).

Our site is made with WordPress with the theme Magnus Maximus. Generally images that are used in different pages and posts are attributed in the respective pages. Anything that is not attributed can be assumed to be created by us and published under a CC-BY 4.0 license (as explained in the “content” section above).

About the author(s)

Subhashish Panigrahi is one of the founding members of O Foundation, and founded OpenSpeaks which won him the MJ Bear Fellowship and a grant from National Geographic to digitally-document threatened languages.

As an educator and community manager he has led many research, campus, and community outreach and catalyst activities across Asia Pacific at Internet Society, Mozilla, Centre for Internet and Society, and Wikimedia Foundation.

Winner of the 2015 People’s Choice Award, and awarded as "Wikimedia Advocate and Expert" by in 2016. Speaker at TEDx and many international Open Source/knowledge conferences across 11 countries. Author of "Rising Voices: Digital Language Activism" “Digital Activism in Asia Reader”, and a few hundred posts on major global blogs.