Three things about that amazing calender:
1 The description could do with being just slightly bigger for those of us with less than perfect eyesight
2 Where is the attribution to the photographers? There is a final page which quotes the file names and repeats the license 12 times, but the photographers are unnamed, or are those strange //s a placeholder that will be replaced with their names.
3 Where can I buy a couple of copies? I've suggested a couple of times in the past that the WMF sells calenders to raise funds, and if that goes on sale it solves two of my Christmas present problems.
thanks for the questions.
We have received three very simple drafts of the layout last week, and
as far as I remember, it's going to be very similar to the one we used
last year (see <http://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=File:Wiki_Loves_Monuments_2011_calendar_(design_file).pdf>).
We have brought up the subject of weeks being culture-dependant to the
printing company (which will be also responsible for preparing the
layout) together with other requirements (licencing and
language-neutrality) that we gathered last year.
I guess we will be able to share a next version of the draft with the
wider community as soon as we get it from the printing company --
there isn't anything special to comment in those three drafts we
received, and I think it'd be better to wait and see how the design
will evolve, and then to comment on it.
Tomasz W. Kozłowski
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