On 06/09/06, Anthony <wikilegal(a)inbox.org> wrote:
Anyway, thinking about this more I have to say that
images for people to use on their bottles of dish detergent is at
least currently outside the scope of Wikimedia.
So you propose to change (or make more specific) the [[Commons:Project
scope]]. I am not necessarily opposed to that either. I just dislike
living in perpetual limbo-land and with the lack of guidance from
on-high, making concrete policies is one way to resolve it.
But anyway, I note that we've (the collective Wikimedia community,
that is) abolished WikipediaOnly permissions. Do you support that or
not? Because you can use those in Wikipedia et al, yet we require
stronger permissions. We also abolished non-commercial (NC) clauses,
even though Wikipedia itself is a non-commercial enterprise. Do you
I am not trying to be paranoid here, but I feel uneasy that we
recognise a (2D) video cover design is not free and yet somehow we
accept the infamous "Pringles photo" (
because the original object is 3D. And also
seem quite right.