Re: [Wikimedia-l] WikiJournals: A proposal to become a new sister project

2019-06-04 Thread Thomas Shafee
Such translation of CC content is pretty much unpreventable and can be a benefit or a drawback depending on the author's own opinion. From the point of view of an official 'version of record' (i.e. what the doi points to) the authors would be named along with attribution of all contributors. If

Re: [Wikimedia-l] WikiJournals: A proposal to become a new sister project

2019-06-04 Thread James Heilman
When we publish CC BY SA on Wikipedia, we allow translation into other languages without having any control over the translations (but we require our name to be attached in some fashion). So right now we do all the time. Most of my academic publications are CC BY which is even more permissive.

Re: [Wikimedia-l] WikiJournals: A proposal to become a new sister project

2019-06-04 Thread Thomas Townsend
On Mon, 3 Jun 2019 at 18:46, James Heilman wrote: > Wiki Journals use CC BY SA. We do not support or want to us ND as that > would prevent translation into other languages. That is why I disagree with > Plan S's move to allow ND. > So part of the offer is that an author's article may be

[Wikimedia-l] Transparent Economy: new project proposal

2019-06-04 Thread Pino de Candia
Hello Wikipedians, I have just added a new project proposal here: https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Transparent_Economy I would appreciate any and all guidance, especially reflecting prior efforts/attempts to document products and companies in a systematic way, and whether my goals warrant a

[Wikimedia-l] Quod facit beatus hic sabbati? / What's making you happy this week? (Week of 2 June 2019)

2019-06-04 Thread Pine W
As usual, I am grateful for the volunteer contributors to the most recent issue of The Signpost. I was happy to see that Wikimedia Canada and Library and Archives Canada