On Wed, Jul 17, 2013 at 3:48 PM, Tomasz W. Kozlowski <tom...@twkozlowski.net
> wrote:

> Victor Grigas wrote:
> > This was because much of the material surrounding the video was
> > written in English, and there was a lot of it, so translation would
> > have been slow, expensive and prone to error.
> That's what community translations are perfect for; they are free (in
> terms of licence) and gratis (in terms of WMF costs), and if properly
> managed might be quick in creation and might not contain too many errors
> (just require a peer review before publishing).
> > We learned that YouTube does not count views from embedded videos on
> > external sites. (The actual view count for that video is more like
> > around half a million views.)
> My Wikipedia nature tells me to ask you for a source that can back up
> these claims; both for the number of views and the fact that YouTube does
> not count views from videos embedded in <iframe /> elements. I'd personally
> be very suprised if they didn't; lots and lots of websites include their
> videos that way, and not counting views would result in serious
> miscalculations that would go into tens (or perhaps hundreds) of millions.

https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/1714329?hl=en  "Note that just
active views will be counted and that it won’t include views from videos
set to autoplay."

Best regards,

>           Tomasz
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