Ifall att ingen annan hinner så körde jag snabbt en översättning:

(Det är okej att ändra i den - bara för att klargöra)

Emil "sakjur" Tullstedt

On Mon, Nov 29, 2010 at 7:15 PM, lennart guldbrandsson <
l_guldbrands...@hotmail.com> wrote:

>  Hej hej,
> Nyss fick jag reda på att det kommer en ny sorts uppladdning till Commons.
> Det vore schysst om någon ville översätta det här meddelandet till svenska,
> eller skriva något liknande om det antingen på Bybrunnen eller på Wikimedia
> Sveriges blogg. Själv ska jag skriva en presentation som ska vara klar i
> morgon lunch, så jag hinner tyvärr inte själv.
> Tack på förhand.
> Med vänliga hälsningar,
> Lennart
> Lennart Guldbrandsson, ordförande för Wikimedia Sverige
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> ------------------------------
> From: gpaum...@wikimedia.org
> To: wmfc...@lists.wikimedia.org; st...@lists.wikimedia.org
> Date: Mon, 29 Nov 2010 09:55:29 -0800
> Subject: [Wmfcc-l] Upcoming blog post & launch: New upload wizard launches
> in beta on Wikimedia Commons
> Hi,
> We're planning to launch the Upload Wizard in beta tomorrow. Below is the
> draft of the blog post we'll publish then (trying HTML formatting for once,
> to keep the hyperlinks).
> The Q&A page will be updated today.
> Cheers,
> ==================================
> Today, we're launching a new upload wizard in beta phase to make it easier
> to contribute multimedia works to Wikimedia Commons. 
> "Commons<http://commons.wikimedia.org>"
> is the free, collaborative media repository associated with all Wikimedia
> projects, including Wikipedia. Although Commons contains over 7 million
> images, videos and sounds, uploading a file has long been an arduous path
> reserved to the most adventurous souls. The new upload wizard aims to make
> the uploading experience simpler and more pleasant for all users.
> The new upload tool consists of a step-by-step wizard guiding the user
> through the successive stages of the process, rather than presenting a huge
> complicated form. It allows the user to upload multiple files at once, and
> grant permission for them in batch.
> The wizard integrates our brand new illustrated licensing 
> tutorial<http://blog.wikimedia.org/blog/2010/11/05/illustrated-licensing-tutorial-wikimedia-commons/>to
>  help new participants understand the basics of copyright and free
> licenses. Since its publication, the tutorial has been translated and
> localized<http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Wikimedia_Commons_licensing_tutorial>into
>  about eighteen languages, and more are underway.
> This new feature is one of the main outcomes of the Multimedia Usability
> project, a one-year 
> project<http://blog.wikimedia.org/blog/2009/07/02/ford-foundation-awards-300k-grant-for-wikimedia-commons/>funded
>  by the Ford
> Foundation <http://www.fordfoundation.org>, aiming to increase multimedia
> participation on Wikimedia websites. Although the grant is now officially
> over, the Wikimedia Foundation will fund subsequent development of the
> wizard to make it more robust and feature-rich.
> We unveiled a prototype 
> version<http://blog.wikimedia.org/blog/2010/08/07/prototype-upload-wizard/>of 
> the wizard a few months ago, and we've got a lot of useful, constructive
> feedback from Commons testers. Since then, many bugs have been fixed, and
> the interface is much cleaner. The other main accomplishment has been the
> development of a private temporary holding area for files missing mandatory
> information.
> The upload wizard is available in beta version as an additional uploading
> option. It's far from perfect, and there are still bugs and missing
> features. But we do think it will provide a useful alternative to
> participants who want to use it and help us improve it.
> The new wizard will eventually become the default uploading option on
> Commons, but it won't replace the regular upload system until it provides a
> satisfying (and hopefully improved) coverage of the use cases currently
> supported by the "old" one.
> You're warmly invited to *try the new 
> system<http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Special:UploadWizard>
> * (you'll need an account on Commons) and report issues you encounter with
> it. Please be sure to save your time by checking the *Questions & Answers
> page<http://usability.wikimedia.org/wiki/Multimedia:Upload_wizard/Questions_%26_Answers>
> * and the *list of open issues <http://ur1.ca/2emmm>* first.
> If your issue hasn't been reported yet, you can enter it 
> directly<http://ur1.ca/2fb6u>in our tracker, or leave
> a 
> note<http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Commons:Usability_issues_and_ideas>on 
> the feedback page.
> Since this concludes the Multimedia usability project, we'll publish a full
> project report shortly for people interested in the details. In the
> meantime, you may be interested in two behind-the-scenes articles about the
> licensing tutorial: one by our 
> illustrator<http://bartalosillustration.com/2010/11/26/wikimedia-commons-licensing-tutorial/>,
> Michael Bartalos, and one by myself, focusing on the collaboration with
> the Wikimedia 
> community<http://www.gpaumier.org/blog/1012_licensing-tutorial-making-of/>
> .
> Guillaume Paumier
> Product Manager − Multimedia usability
> Wikimedia Foundation
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