Did you notice, that the scanning station on the picture was invented and built 
by Bruno with his own mind and hands and made available to Wikipedia for free? 
Did Charles Andrès ask his permission to publish a photograph of it? Did he 
attribute its author correctly? Does he work for Wikimedia for free, like Bruno 
does? Is his photograph even a “work” that CAN be copyrighted?

 

You people make me sick, when you take the achievements of others and set up a 
prohibition against their using them!

 

Hartwig

 

From: wikimediach-l-boun...@lists.wikimedia.org 
[mailto:wikimediach-l-boun...@lists.wikimedia.org] On Behalf Of Ludovic Péron
Sent: Wednesday, October 16, 2013 1:35 PM
To: Wikimedians in Switzerland
Subject: Re: [Wikimediach-l] (no subject)

 

Hi Thomas,

 

Just one point, for other I think other people could ask.

 

You say Please embed licensing information in the metadata!!!

 

 

 

 

I invite you to see with jpg. It's a screanshot of the Wikimedia Commons page 
of this picture. 

 

Thanks.

 

Ludovic

 

2013/10/16 Hartwig Thomas <hartwig.tho...@enterag.ch>

To cite another example:

 

http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Rencontres_Wikimedia_France_-_Intervention_de_Ludovic_P%C3%A9ron.JPG

 

states clearly, that the license is CC-BY-SA, but – very unfortunately indeed – 
it does not unambiguously attribute the authorship!! Or does “user” mean 
“copyright owner”???

So how can one make use of WMCH content, if it is not attributed decently in 
the Wikimedia repository?

 

Whenever the license CC-BY-SA is used, an unambiguous attribution must 
accompany it. Otherwise it is to be assumed, that the copyright owner has 
relinquished the attribution to Wikimedia.

 

Please embed licensing information in the metadata!!!

 

Hartwig Thomas

 

From: wikimediach-l-boun...@lists.wikimedia.org 
[mailto:wikimediach-l-boun...@lists.wikimedia.org] On Behalf Of Ludovic Péron
Sent: Wednesday, October 16, 2013 1:01 PM
To: Mailing list for Wikimedia CH
Subject: [Wikimediach-l] (no subject)

 

Hi,

 

I found this web 
<http://www.bjinstitute.org/newsmessage/reprostationen-des-bj-institutes-fuer-wikipedia/10a20af93816783eefe8480b92b9f042/>
  page on the web site of BJ Institute. 

 

Problem : This image is a CC By SA photography on Commons and the credit is 
wrong (good credit : Charles Andrès - CC By SA). Seeing this on the website of 
one of our partners, which happens to be run by one of our board members, makes 
me especially concerned about our credibility.

 

Me, and some other volunteers of WMCH, spend many times to explain how to use 
correctly free contents. We are discussing with nationals media, with some 
schools, etc. 

 

We (and WMCH) loose our credibility if our contacts see this web page. 

 

So, thanks you to make correction very quickly. 

 

And I think it's necessary that our regular partners will be blameless about 
copyright. May be it's possible to make internal workshops. I am available for 
that. 

 

Regards

 

Ludovic Péron


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