[Wiki Loves Monuments] Metro Photo Challenge
Ole Palnatoke Andersen
ole at palnatoke.org
Wed Sep 4 12:11:42 UTC 2013
So a "bigger" competition has more participants, while a "larger"
competition has more photos?
The English language has fine nuances. :-)
On Wed, Sep 4, 2013 at 1:43 PM, Andrew Gray <andrew.gray at dunelm.org.uk>wrote:
> You retain copyright but grant them a pretty wide license for the next
> five years:
> Last year was claimed as 80,000 people contributing 225,000 images, so
> they are technically larger in terms of participants if not of results.
> On 4 September 2013 09:19, Federico Leva (Nemo) <nemowiki at gmail.com>wrote:
>> Does someone know this challenge? I saw it quite prominently advertised
>> on Metro this Monday.
>> «The Metro Photo Challenge, the world’s biggest photography
>> competition, officially launched on Tuesday», «2013 will mark the seventh
>> Metro Photo Challenge [...] we’re going to ask you to capture more of a
>> process than a thing [...] sensing the world around you».
>> http://metrophotochallenge.**com/ <http://metrophotochallenge.com/>
>> Are they the previous holders of the Guinness world record
>> ("forgetting" to update their claims) or are they just making it up? I
>> didn't actually try to register but I can't find any information on
>> licensing; interesting that they felt compelled to add a "we'll donate to a
>> charity" incentive. They have 5200 photos and and 2700 uploaders so far.
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