Libre works can be shared both in original form and after being adapted, though there may be some conditions on their use.

There are a number of different definitions of libre, including the Open Definition and the Definition of Free Cultural Works

No matter what the definition, libre content can be shared and adapted by any person for any purpose, including commercial purposes. The only requirements are minor, and include attribution (you need to give credit to those whose work you're using) and copyleft (if you use the content in your own work, your work has to be under the same licence as the content you use).



  • WikipediaA libre encyclopedia that anyone can edit.
  • Wikipedia ChanukahJoCo's only free/libre/open song.
  • Wikipedia:Sound/list"This is an incomplete list of full length free content musical works available on Wikipedia or Wikimedia Commons, with special emphasis on works that are (or should be) linked in Wikipedia articles." (Mainly classical music)
  • WikiPremed MCAT Course'WikiPremed's mission is to lower economic barriers to becoming a doctor and to improve the quality of MCAT review for everyone.'
  • Winning the Web'[T]his report represents a comprehensive survey of techniques employed in recent access to knowledge (A2K) activism that have succeeded in taking intellectual property (IP) reform issues to a wide audience.'
  • Witless MinionThe role-playing game of mooks, minions, and dupes.
  • Wordplay BasicsA straightforward narrative role-playing game.
  • Wordplay Core RulesA straightforward narrative role-playing game.
  • Wrack & WruinRyan St's rewriting of original D&D in the style of Apocalypse World.
  • Writer's Dice GuideA guide for using writer's dice.
  • WTactics'We're a community of free culture-loving individuals, creating a free card game.'
  • Wuffle ComicsAdventures of a kind-hearted wolf.
  • Wushu OpenA game where detailed narration affects your chances of success.
  • XceptionalA supers RPG.
  • XochitlcozamalotlAztec daisies, god-rabbits and divine parties meet in this Aztec soap opera.
  • YagsA moderately crunchy cinematic rules system.
  • Yanone KaffeesatzThe first font completed by Yanone.
  • Ye Olde Adventure ShoppeA proof of concept for an HTML5 game for the Liberated Pixel Cup.
  • Yo Frankie!A computer game where you control a rodent.
  • YorokobuA Spanish language magazine about innovation, inspiration, trends, sustainability and the adventures of entrepreneurs.
  • You All Meet In A Tavern'As a fledgling adventurer you have decided that the best way to get into the business is by attending the monthly Adventurer-Nite at the local White Griffon Tavern.'
  • ZeFRSA retroclone of TSR's Conan RPG.
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  • ThingiverseDesigns for 3D printers.
  • Traficantes de SueñosA Spanish book publisher.
  • Twine GamesOnline choose your own adventure games.
  • Ubuntu Free Culture ShowcaseFree culture that has been chosen by the Ubuntu community.
  • Uncensored InterviewInterviews
  • (un)Common Adventure GalleryCollection of free-to-publish genre illustrations.
  • unglue.itA project to crowdfund the application of Creative Commons licensing
  • (un)Playable_G4mes'Where game ideas come to die'
  • Unseen Studio'Unseen Studio is a small podcast network promoting Creative Commons culture and Open Source software. We currently have 3 podcasts; CCJam, Crivins and TuxJam.'
  • Unsplash"Free high-resolution stock photos"
  • UNZ.orgA collection of scanned journal articles.
  • US GovernmentThe source of a tremendous amount of public domain works.
  • Valentin ChamperA poet.
  • VimeoA video-hosting site.
  • VimeoYou can search Vimeo by Creative Commons licence.
  • Wellcome Images' Thousands of years of visual culture made free through Wellcome Images'
  • White HouseThe website of the President of the United States.
  • Wikidata'Wikidata is a free knowledge base that can be read and edited by humans and machines alike.'
  • Wikimedia FoundationA free culture project that gathers a number of wikis.
  • Wikinews"The Wikinews project is a free content news source of the Wikimedia Foundation that seeks to provide content, free of charge, where everyone is invited to contribute reports about events large and small, either from direct experience, or summarized from elsewhere."
  • Wikipedia List of Game EnginesA list of game engines on Wikipedia.
  • Wiley Open AccessA variety of journals published by Wiley.
  • Wizards of the CoastA game publisher.
  • World Bank Open Knowledge Repository"The World Bank Open Knowledge Repository (OKR) is The World Bank’s official open access repository for its research outputs and knowledge products."
  • WPClipartA collection of public domain clipart.
  • YanoneA young German jack-of-all-trades.
  • YouTubeA video site.
  • Zadkiel'Zadkiel are three piece Alternative-Rock/Indie band from Nottingham.'
  • Zenhabits'Zen Habits is about finding simplicity in the daily chaos of our lives.'
  • zero-projectA collection of musical compositions, audiobooks and songs.
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  • Basic Dungeons & DragonsThe mechanics of original and basic D&D.
  • @ccessAn OKFN project to encourage libre open access.
  • CC-PROA rebranding of the CC BY-SA licence to emphasise its value to professionals.
  • d20 SystemThe roleplaying system which first appeared in Dungeons & Dragons 3E.
  • FATEA game system based on the mechanic: dice roll + invoked and tagged Aspects.
  • Liberated Pixel Cup"Liberated Pixel Cup is a two-part competition: make a bunch of awesome free culture licensed artwork, and then program a bunch of free software games that use it."
  • LibrePlanet Gaming CollectiveThe LibrePlanet Gaming Collective is a group of free software activists organized around their enthusiasm for video games.
  • RusałkaA "GMless game of tragic fairy tales"
  • Saga Machine'Saga Machine is a brand new tabletop role-playing system by the Tab Creations Collective.'
  • The First 100 Days of GovernmentThe Abbott Liberal Government's assessment of what it has achieved in its first 100 days.
  • The Public Domain Game JamA competition to create a game inspired by the public domain.
  • The Public Domain ManifestoA statement on the value of the public domain.
  • Who Needs Access? You Need AccessAn OKFN project to increase open access.
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