If I may suggest another possible source of photographs, I see that the Geneva publishing fair is approaching http://www.salondulivre.ch/en/presentation/presentation-0-566 I'd be very interested in requesting an accreditation for this event.
I was also seriously thinking of requesting accreditation for the Eurockéennes. I would be very grateful if I could claim to be supported (to "work for") Wikimedia-CH (or possibly FR ? I wouldn't like to do a political blunder there), and to have a person of contact whom I could mention as a reference. Cheers ! -- Rama On 07/04/2011, boje <b...@boje.ch> wrote: > > > Dear Beat, > Dear Group, > > > beside the mentioned questions: > >> - Legal aspects: Why is it important to publish the pictures under a free >> license? Which licenses are acceptable for Wikimedia-related projects? >> - Technical aspects: How to upload the photos? >> - Community: What should they know about the community and the >> interactions on the platform? Netiquette, core values? >> - Content: Which objects would be particularly interesting for Wikipedia? >> - Administrative: How do I get accreditations for events, etc. > > it is important, to define: > > - quality standards > - 50 Kilobyte or 150 Megabyte > - color space and ICC profiles > - file naming convention > - metadata (XMP /IPC NAA / IPTC core / Dublin Core) > > Such definitions are important. Professionals can > implement this after a short introduction with ease. > The value of the media data will be more, if the > data is produced and declared systematically. > > As discussed, I am interested in this topic. > > With kind regards > Bruno Jehle > > > _______________________________________________ http://wikimedia.ch Wikimedia CH website Wikimediach-l mailing list https://lists.wikimedia.org/mailman/listinfo/wikimediach-l