Dear Jeffrey, Matthew and Pablo,
Thanks for an engaging, timely and topical talk today about Curarium at Harvard - http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/events/luncheon/2013/9/metalab - which I viewed from the San Francisco Bay Area.
I've added both 'Curarium' and 'metaLAB (at) Harvard' (and a few other web sites you mentioned) to wiki World University and School's Library Resources' - http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Library_Resources - and Museums' - http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Museums - subject pages (and others), which are extensible and planned for all 7,105+ languages and 242+ countries, each a wiki page to begin; Wikipedia, by way of comparison is in 285 languages, and we all wrote it, (as we all know). C.C. WUaS is like C.C. Wikipedia with C.C. MIT OCW, and is accrediting to offer Creative Commons' licensed, online, MIT OCW-centric, university degrees in many languages and countries (accrediting for planning purposes on - http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/audio-video-courses/ - see also - http://scottmacleod.com/worlduniversityandschool.html).
I see many far-reaching collaboration possibilities between Curarium and WUaS in your planning for Curarium, first and foremost being WUaS's all-languages' (7,105+) focus. And in WUaS planning on using Wikidata with its focus on C.C. Wikicommons, WUaS will also take an items' approach as we grow our database in inter-lingual Wikidata, which could well articulate remarkably with Curarium's approaches (with some of its content licensed by Harvard Regents).
Creative Commons' licensed WUaS is in search of a host as well as developers, and while planning to develop in the new, inter-lingual, C.C. Wikidata database, as a back end, with C.C. MediaWiki (like Wikipedia) as a front end, moving on from our current Wikia wiki (with about 617 wiki pages), WUaS would like to inquire whether you would be open to communicating further about and exploring such potential collaborations?
I participated in Harvard Law Professor Charlie Nesson's "CyberOne: Law in the Court of Public Opinion" course in 2006, and also met with Yochai Benkler for a half hour in his office around the time of this course. I know a number of other Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University friends, as well, including John Palfrey, Colin Maclay and Becca Nesson.
MIT OCW-centric, startup World University and School (as wiki) would like (is planning) to become the online Harvard / MIT / Stanford / Yale / Cambridge / plus other greatest universities (see WUaS's wiki list - http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Courses#University_course_listings) of the internet and in all languages and countries.
Thank you again for your fascinating presentation.
All the best,