I remember that about one year ago it was reported that Wikimedia Australia had an interesting event called "Galleries, Libraries, Archives, Museums & Wikimedia: Finding the common ground".
In case there is a follow-up, following-up people might be interested in this finding I have just made, while seeking a better source and better file description for a 16th century woodcut print available on Wikimedia Commons since long ago, but which was until now poorly described (1). This is how I came upon the "trove.nla.gov.au" website, which has an "online" heading, providing links to two PAYSITES : http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/10605648?selectedversion=NBD648216#online10605648 Why provide links to paysites, while the book is an old 19th century public domain book, available on free sites such as http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/10940 and http://openlibrary.org/works/OL1096465W/Manners_customs_and_dress_during_the_Middle_Ages_and_during_the_Renaissance_period When I google the word TROVE, I find two definitions, one from Princeton, one from Wikipedia : http://www.google.fr/search?hl=fr&source=hp&q=define%3Atrove&meta= Princeton : "treasure trove: treasure of unknown ownership found hidden (usually in the earth)" Wikipedia : "(...)where the treasure seems old enough for it to be presumed that the true owner is dead and the heirs ...(...)" I am afraid that "trove.nla.gov.au" is a misnomer. It should be renamed into "shop.nla.gov.au". (1) http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:A_Gipsy_Family_Fac_simile_of_a_Woodcut_in_the_Cosmographie_Universelle_of_Munster_in_folio_Basle_1552.png _______________________________________________ Wikimediaau-l mailing list Wikimediaaufirstname.lastname@example.org https://lists.wikimedia.org/mailman/listinfo/wikimediaau-l