--- El mar 30-mar-10, Daniel Kinzler <daniel(a)brightbyte.de> escribió:
has to agree to put his/her talk under a free license.
Or have the WMF request it
as a condition for participating
Sadly, most of the videos
from Buenos Aires we have on commons are technically
because the presenter's consent is missing.
Well, perhaps this should be made
more explicit. In Buenos Aires those who didn't want their presentation to be recorded
and streamed expressed so, and their will was respected. Actually it was just HaeB, who
also didn't want any pictures of him taken/published.
Let me remind the Polish team to have this in mind too; we had "no-pictures"
badges for those who prefer to remain real-life anonymous, not just presenters.
I highly recommend to require all presenters to
state the license of
papers, slides, and the presentation itself. For the
Developers' Workshop I'm
organizing in April, I made this question part of the
registration form. I
recommend to do the same for Wikimania.
I would recommend the WMF to make it a precondition for the speakers to release thing in
dual licence, as we currently do with any edition to any Wikimedian project, unless
explicitly requested by (and aproved for) a presenter (like HaeB). I'm not sure, but I
would say that it is already like this.
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