This might be worth investigating. The BBC might put the content  
online in high-resolution form, so we could just grab a copy, but it  
might be simpler / quicker / better publicity if we could get them to  
'donate' a copy to Wikipedia/Wikimedia Commons.

Mike

Begin forwarded message:

> From: James Forrester <jdforres...@gmail.com>
> Date: 29 January 2009 00:03:12 GMT
> To: Communications Committee <wmfc...@lists.wikimedia.org>
> Subject: [Wmfcc-l] Tangential press: "BBC to put nation's oil  
> paintings online"
> Reply-To: Communications Committee <wmfc...@lists.wikimedia.org>
>
> http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2009/jan/28/bbc-digitalmedia
>
> We're not mentioned, but (a) good news, and (b) WMUK may want to play
> in (snag a complete dump for Commons?).
>
> Random thought. Sorry not very well thought-out. :-)
>
> Yours,
> -- 
> James D. Forrester
> jdforres...@wikimedia.org | jdforres...@gmail.com
> [[Wikipedia:User:Jdforrester|James F.]]
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