"stevertigo" <stvrtg(a)gmail.com> wrote in message
Bod Notbod <bodnotbod(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Which leads us to the question - is that "peer to peer" logo David
made open source, and can we upload it to Strategy wiki?
Stewart's Law of Retroaction:
It is easier to get forgiveness than permission.
If it is on wikimedia servers of any flavour, you can move it first and if
it is not clear from the upload page on the donor server, then ask
permission. I was recently thinking that it would be nice to hav prefixes
like (I am sure I missed a project at the end of this message), so that, if
the right flags were raised on the donor server, then the file could be used
by external reference, like in [[image:wikt:logo]].
seems out of date for some of
the tasks that volunteers do, and could do more conveniently, like port
things from commons to the encyclopedia proper, which should not be
necessary. HTML is *home* for external graphics and sound, unless you count
some net nannies that say externals are a bad idea (and block them). The
graphics and sound can come from an entirely different server, and for
political reasons (spam, shock, porn),
externals had to be severely curtailed on wikipedia. I see an opening in
that interwiki document for a centralized list of HOW to use content
directly from OTHER wikimedia servers.
commons: (not present, and probably the highest source of potential demand)
wikt: (implemented, and probably the only one)
future: (see http://ecn.ab.ca/~brewhaha/WP_CRYSTAL.HTM
strategy: (should be mostly connections with the wikipedia: project)
sophia: (Recreational Mathematics)
Physically, or at least in logical terms, they're external. Legally, if
they're not identical, then the differences are ignored more often than
Working here is like peeing in dark pants.
You get a warm feeling, but nobody notices.