Andrea Zanni <zanni.andrea84(a)gmail.com> writes:
we put the video here:
and will put as well on wikilovesmonuments.it tomorrow evening.
Congrats for this great adaptation!
Could you please write me (in private, if you prefer)
some info about the original video (you did it for the museum you
The video is an initiative from http://lemuseelibre.com
It has not been paid or "ordered" by any museum -- and sadly enough,
I don't work for any museum :)
is an informal network of people who try to give
access to cultural heritage on the web by releasing free content
(i.e. CC-by-sa). So we are very much in line with the purpose of
WLM -- except that contributions can go anywhere, not on Commons
only (the only rule is that they must be free/CC-by-sa.)
The network is open to any idea from people who are in touch with
museums/institutions/cities and want to contribute. The drive behind
it was that, for such projects, multiple skills are required (filming,
taking photos, putting stuff online on Commons, doing screencasts,
etc.) so it's better to gather people from various background.
Thanks are starting slowly, but I'm confident they will grow.
Saturday Lodewjik was in Italy so we discussed also
* Wikimedia Italia will surely pay for a screencast, a very simple
for showing the upload procedure. We'll make it at the end of August,
when the tools and Upload Wizard will be ready
* as WMI, we tried to contact Common Craft (http://
) via WMF, but it seems the contacts with them
Moreover, I think the video would be awesome but expensive: if any
chapter is interested in stepping in, we try.
* for any video/screencast/tutorial, it would be *awesome* to have
the storyboard and raw materials
For example, if animation or screenshot would be PSD files, they
could be edited with Photoshop and quickly localised.
This sounds great.
Let me know how it goes and if people from lemuseelibre.com
they will do!