would it make sense to target a blog post around this theme for the WLM
blog, that we could spread through channels that we have (Facebook,
Twitter, our national & international websites)? We'd have to target it a
bit to that particular audience though, who are not necessarily dedicated
Wikimedians yet, but definitely people who have a thrill for cultural
heritage and likely public art.
2016-05-03 17:30 GMT+02:00 Dimitar Parvanov Dimitrov <
Right now at re:publica in Berlin  the general public answering guide
for the FoP consultation is being officially launched. You can access it by
typing youcan.fixcopyright.eu in you browser. Please popularise this
through your networks and encourage individuals (and organisations) to
support our call for a full FoP.
As part of this answering guide an informational video on Freedom of
Panorama  has been produced. Enjoy and feel free to re-use.
The FKAGEU has written own and more specific answers to this consultation.
 If you are a Wikimedia movement group or a like-minded movement you
might prefer to use these as a guide rather than the general one.
Professional and artists' organisations will be an important respondent
category, so now is the moment to also start reaching out to them. For this
I need your help! I have compiled a list of potential supporters from each
Member State, Norway and Switzerland.  I am looking for people to help
me get in touch with them in each country. I will start poking the usual
suspects, but consider this an open call to action ;)
Thanks and cheers,
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