[Foundation-l] PD in Israel
yonidebest at gmail.com
Sun May 6 12:30:04 UTC 2007
Is there any possibility that the foundation represents it's insight on the
PD-Israel issue? I want to be 100% sure that there are images that are PD in
Israel but not PD in the US before I delete such images from the Hebrew
2007/5/1, Luiz Augusto <lugusto at gmail.com>:
> On 5/1/07, Yann Forget <yann at forget-me.net> wrote:
> > Hello,
> > Luiz Augusto a écrit :
> > > On 4/28/07, Ryan Dabler <zhaladshar at gmail.com> wrote:
> > >> On 4/27/07, Luiz Augusto <lugusto at gmail.com> wrote:
> > >>> I'm on a similar problem at the Portuguese Wikisource due to the
> > >>> [[:m:American non-acceptance of the rule of the shorter term]] (see
> > >>> ;
> > >>> but the problem is on PD-old-70 and posthumous works).
> > >>>
> > >>> I've proposed in a private e-mail to Anthere (not yet replied, I
> > >>> that
> > >>> she is busy in others subjects) to create a set of wikis <lang>.non-
> > >>> us.wikisource.org hosted outside of the United States
> > >> from
> > >>> the Debian non-us software repository ) to host works PD-old
> > >> worldwide
> > >>> but copyrighted in the USA.
> > >>
> > >> Why not just upload the texts to http://wikilivres.info ? The
> > for
> > >> the site are located in Canada, and it was created by
> > [[s:fr:User:Yann]].
> > >> It seems like we would just be recreating the wheel here with this
> > >> proposal
> > >> when a good alternative already exists.
> > >
> > > Yann has a really good initiative setting up the wikilivres.info some
> > > mounths ago. But unfortunatelly this have limitations. Wikilivres
> > currently
> > > is so much like the Wikisource at the beginning: a ambitious
> > multilingual
> > > project in a single wiki site. I know the Wikisource project since
> > > (when I have created my first user account on wikisource.org/wiki:
> > Lugusto,
> > > User ID 568). But I'm a active editor on Wikisource only since April
> > 2006.
> > > This isn't a coincidence. Is so much confuse to work in a project like
> > > Wikisource on a multilingual wiki. The user interface is one, you try
> > > search from a writer and you get a page in spanish, you try to read a
> > text
> > > and get a page on italian...
> > At the beginning, I only thought about hosting documents in French. Then
> > I found that there are documents in English which might be usefully
> > hosted there. So now the objective it is to change Wikilivres to a fully
> > multilingual wiki. Just now, I have doubt about the usefulness to have
> > several subdomains seeing the number of users and documents, but I am
> > open to changes. Anyway you are much welcome to start a Portuguese
> > section there. And please come to discuss on #wikilivres on Freenode or
> > put suggestions on the wiki itself, as this is a bit offtopic here. ;o)
> I aren't telling to you change wikilivres.info. It is a functional wiki
> theirs purposes. I've only replied to a question ;)
> > Anyway, is impossible to link to a page at the wikilivres.info from
> > > Wikipedia, Wikibooks (or from Wikisource itself) without using a
> > external
> > > link. This isn't userfriendly.
> > A solution was proposed for that.
> Thanks for all that have mentioned the interwiki map. This is new to me
> I've made a request for addition.
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