[Wiki Loves Monuments] FoP and monuments

Platonides platonides at gmail.com
Sat Jul 21 12:18:17 UTC 2012

On 21/07/12 13:59, WereSpielChequers wrote:
> In the UK we are OK with anything that is both three dimensional and
> permanently on public show. Even so lots of temporary exhibited
> sculptures and two dimensional plaques murals and so forth get deleted.
> Many other countries are much more problematic. I think we need a feeder
> database for images that can't yet be released on a full Commons
> compatible license but can be made available on a more restricted
> license. For example in some countries there is a no commercial use
> stipulation, but as I understand it it would be legal to take an image
> of something like that and load it onto a site that allowed such images.
> Ideally it would be tagged with a "safe to migrate to commons after"
> date. OK in some cases it will be many decades before those images can
> migrate, but there is no deadline and we can afford to think longterm.
> It would also be less bitey on commons if some images could be
> temporarily moved to this holding bay rather than deleted. It should
> even be possible to build this into the image uploader.

Create jail.wikimedia.org ?

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