In the way you put it, there is no discussion possible. I do accept your
position, I do not agree with it.
What you write is more an article of faith then an argument why this is what
we do. Mathias, you can do better.
2009/3/30 Mathias Schindler <mathias.schindler(a)gmail.com>
2009/3/30 Gerard Meijssen
My question is, will it be acceptable when a
museum or archive provides
with their material and when we learn about a
request to take down
we do this when requested by the copyright
holder. This is not
an issue with Flickr !!
A museum should be having no problem providing us with material in
these two scenarios:
1. The image is PD
2. The image is subject to copyright and the museum owns all required
rights of usage/copyrights to release the image under a free license
If the image is subject to copyright and the museum is unable to
provide these rights of usage, it is not suitable for Wikimedia
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