I really like and think it is useful.
On Mar 8, 2017 9:38 AM, "Florence Devouard" <fdevou...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello everyone
> Wiki Loves Women is officially launching its presentation video today.
> Please check it out here and tell us what you think :
> It is also on Commons : https://commons.wikimedia.org/
> This video was a partnership between WikiAfrica, Goethe Institute and
> Blink Tower.
> It brought quite a few challenges... such as myself being completely happy
> with the exact terms of the script, succeeding to get every element of the
> video under a free licence including the background music, getting a nice
> african women voice for the narrative, getting curly hair rather than flat
> ones, identifying nice examples of western as well as african concerns...
> etc. We tried to be as inclusive as possible.
> Well, we hope you like it.
> If you do... please litterally "like" the video and "like" our facebook
> A French version is currently being recorded and should follow shortly.
> Last, we would love to see the video subtitled in many langages. If you
> want to give a hand for the translation, please get in touch with us (by
> email, or twitter, or facebook, or on our meta talk page :
> I'll set up a page for translation on meta shortly.
> Isla and Florence
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