Hi all,

After a bit of prodding from various wikipedians I think I've got the
licence right on this set of pics taken at the the AGM 26 April:

Unrelated question: on Twitter, Chris Vallance, a producer on iPM,

"Wikipedia received most UK traffic from searches for "Swine Flu" -
Should Directgov, NHS, collaborate with the site?"

And links to these numbers from traffic stats house Hitwise: 

Should we encourage UK public health agencies to expand the Swine Flu
article? To treat Wikipedia as part of the public health communications
effort? If such a large number of UK searches are hitting the Swine Flu
entry, is there a public health argument for branching the entry to
provide nationally-specific material? 

Is there a Wikipedia response to crises of this kind?


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