[Wiki Loves Monuments] Reuploading
p.selitskas at gmail.com
Mon Sep 3 14:58:30 UTC 2012
On Mon, Sep 3, 2012 at 5:52 PM, Lodewijk <lodewijk at effeietsanders.org> wrote:
> Hi Paul,
> An edited version wouldn't be your own work fully, so wouldn't fit the
> contest rules.
What then? Should the photo be rejected at all?
Oh, by the way, what if the uploader fixes the photo by themselves?
Will it yet fit the rules?
> 2012/9/3 Paul Selitskas <p.selitskas at gmail.com>
>> One of Belarusian contestants addressed me a mail with a question: may
>> they reupload the same photo with a better quality and what
>> consequences will it have concerning WLM.
>> So, may the participant replace the file uploaded for WLM with the
>> same file of better quality? Will the new file be treated the same as
>> if it was uploaded at the first place?
>> Besides this, I have a question of my own. Let's say, someone
>> submitted a photo for the contest. Then a random Wikimedian uses it in
>> an article. Then he wants to fix it (colors, perspective, whatever)
>> and actually he does it by replacing the original file with a new
>> fixed version of it. What next? Should the jury examine the original
>> version, or the fixed one? If the photo wins, who takes the prize? And
>> so on.
>> З павагай,
>> Павел Селіцкас/Paul Selitskas
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