+1 on SJ's comment, and I think Pete made some excellent points on the talk page. For
instance: How would this affect the legal team's paid staff time if we place a big red
button under each image? I have cc:ed Geoff since he may not be aware of the question.
But I would also like to say that this is very well worth checking out. This is the
template that is suggested right now (feel free to edit):
Mobil: 070 - 207 80 05
"Tänk dig en värld där varje människa på den här planeten får fri tillgång till
världens samlade kunskap. Det är vårt mål."
Date: Thu, 16 May 2013 19:58:20 -0400
Subject: Re: [Gendergap] [Commons] "Flag this image" prototype
Interesting. Thanks for the heads-up! SJ
On Tue, May 14, 2013 at 4:29 AM, Erik Moeller <erik(a)wikimedia.org> wrote:
Sorry to those who are tired of the image/consent
just wanted to bring this to this list's attention as well.
I'm tagging this thread with "[Commons]" and suggest others do the
same in future to make it easier for people who do not want to discuss
Commons or who feel inundated with the subject matter to filter these
messages. Also, if you're using Google Mail, you can "mute" a thread
(under the "More" options after you open the thread) and you won't see
any future responses in your inbox -- other email clients have similar
Quick notes about an interesting development:
* User:Rillke on Commons has started prototyping a gadget that could
be used to simplify reporting of various issues with images with a
simple "Flag this image" workflow. This discussion is on the Commons
I've brought that discussion to the attention of WMF legal. Note: It's
not like the current workflow is completely broken -- the
Commons:Contact_us flow is actually pretty good -- but a nicer UI and
more prominent placement could help. The current workflow also does
not provide an option for consent issues.
* I've summarized the current state of his prototype here:
On the talk page I've also recommended that consent to be displayed in
an image be considered in the reporting options.
I'm sure Rillke would appreciate any active development help with the
feature, as well as continued feedback and encouragement (WikiLove?)
which is crucial for volunteer motivation.
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