[Wiki Loves Monuments] copyright

Jane Darnell jane023 at gmail.com
Tue Apr 26 09:58:30 UTC 2011

Hmm, then in that case, there is a problem with all of those pictures. Of
course, in some countries, there is a gap between the law and enforcement. I
don''t know if Wikipedia Estonia needs to worry in the way the Italians do.
Having laws doesn't always imply enforcement. If the law is as the Commons
templates currently suggest, then I believe however that only Wikipedia
Estonia can host these pictures, since they are the only ones who can take
the no-enforcement risk.

That does mean however that they cannot take part in the Europe-competition,
because I really don't see how you can set up the photo-upload tool to work
for them.

How sad!


2011/4/26 Ole Palnatoke Andersen <palnatoke at gmail.com>

> On Tue, Apr 26, 2011 at 11:14 AM, Jane Darnell <jane023 at gmail.com> wrote:
> ...
> > The way to technically get around this one is to make sure that the
> object
> > is NOT the main subject of the photo. Then all is well.
> > hope it helps,
> Yes and no - in
> http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Haapsalu_linnus10.jpg, the wall
> ruin is the main subject of the photo, no matter what you claim.
> Regards,
> Ole
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