Pachinee Buathong a écrit :
Platonides a écrit :
Pachinee Buathong wrote:
I am a member of "then you win" documentary film project about
non-violence movements in India. We aim to release it with the rights to
copy, modify and distribute under Creative Commons licence, we need
everybody’s help to achieve that goal.
We appreciate for your reading this e-mail so far, and invite you to
take a look at the project website:
Thank you very much for your participation.
We all welcome your aim to free it.
But may i ask how do you expect us
to help you? Or are you simply spamming about that project?
sorry i did not see your post before because i did not understand how to
sort threads :-/ So of course it is not spam, i just post on some forums
because i thought it matches the topic. Thank you for your reply and
help proposal. Anthere told us that Commons an Wikinews might be
interested in the project. Erik Möller told us that a dedicated page to
spotlight external projects like this will be created on the Foundation
website, but he seems to be unactive since last email exchange. We also
got interviewed by French Wikinews. So there are some ways to work with
Wikimedia and common goals to free the content. The website also
proposes some ways to participate but if you have any other ideas to do
it would be great as well :-)
We can discuss on this thread now i know how it works :-p The team can
also be contacted on the website.
I hope a concrete collaboration will be established with your help :-)
The project got support from Lawrence Lessig (first donor), and
encouragements from Ton Roosendaal, RMS and interest from Wikimedia. It
is very enthousiastic regarding the theory, but practically the help
that the project is IMHO spotlights coming with pedagogical description.