is Instagram compatible with Creative Commons?
Can I upload *my* Instagram pics on Commons (so could it be used for WLM)?
Please consider that I'm not suggesting Instagram pics are good for WLM
(they are filtered and all, probably not very suitable for illustrating
monuments on Wikipedia)
but is a legal matter.
Which European languages do not have an article about this subject?
Any other European languages missing an article about it?
Do we know users who speak one of these languages and can write/translate
an article about this subject of Freedom of Panorama?
2015-06-27 12:28 GMT+02:00 MZMcBride <z(a)mzmcbride.com>:
> Romaine Wiki wrote:
> >Does your language Wikipedia have an article about Freedom of Panorama
> >This public right is often not as such recognised, also often unknown or
> >considered naturally, but enables mankind in many countries to freely
> >publicize pictures of modern buildings and public art.
> >I think it would be good if Wikipedia has an article in many many
> >languages about this public right, so that the public can be informed
> >about this subject.
> >Does your language Wikipedia cover this topic?
> Yep, it looks like my language Wikipedia (English) has an article.
> And <https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Q918113#sitelinks-wikipedia> tracks
> which other Wikipedias have similar articles. :-)
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I've been running ErfgoedBot  since the start of Wiki Loves
Monuments. ErfgoedBot still runs on old pywikibot compat code that will
break soon . I could invest time in updating the bot and I have been
considering doing that for quite some time, but I realized I just don't
have the motivation for it. Commons has become a toxic place dominated
by a small group of very vocal users. These users don't seem to accept
that Russavia is banned and to try to turn everything into "Commons
community" vs "WMF" battle. I don't identify with that and I don't feel
like investing time in a project where this behaviour is acceptable.
Does your language Wikipedia have an article about Freedom of Panorama
This public right is often not as such recognised, also often unknown or
considered naturally, but enables mankind in many countries to freely
publicize pictures of modern buildings and public art.
I think it would be good if Wikipedia has an article in many many languages
about this public right, so that the public can be informed about this
Does your language Wikipedia cover this topic?