ccBeamer: Creative Commons logos for your LaTeX Beamer presentations 2007-07-02

I created PDF versions of the Creative Commons logos so they integrate with Beamer presentations smoothly. It looks like this (click to enlarge):

Since I’m not able to create real LaTeX packages yet, I just put the collection of commands into a normal .tex file. Usage example and its output is included.

Download: ccbeamer-0.1.zip.

Creative Commons License
ccBeamer: Creative Commons logos for your LaTeX Beamer presentations by Sebastian Pipping, unless otherwise expressly stated, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

7 Comments
emilator October 27th, 2008

So interesting! Maybe there’s an easier way to go, but it’s a very useful “package”! I will use it!

cfr April 29th, 2009

Thanx, cclicenses pakcage symbols looks really bad.

goiken January 24th, 2010

Very nice. I just used it in a paper. I would also include a reference-URL to the text of the licence.

Minzhao March 30th, 2010

Thank you for your code. I’ve create the LaTeX package following your code. and refer your url from my post.

Kasper Henriksen December 10th, 2010

It seems pretty easy to roll this into a proper package.
1. Add \NeedsTeXFormat{LaTeX2e} at the top.
2. Add \endinput at the bottom. Just in case.
3. Add \RequirePackage{ifpdf} to test whether we’re doing PDF output and enclose all of your \newcommands in a \ifpdf … \fi.
4. Add \RequirePackage{graphicx}

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