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Wikis

Da stimme ich mit Anton Tantner überein:

http://www.merkur-blog.de/2014/03/wikipedia-in-der-universitaeren-lehre/

(Mehrere Archivalia-Zitate!)

Via
https://www.facebook.com/anton.tantner/posts/10201484806144629

Da das Listenarchiv von Wikimedia-L seit einiger Zeit hinterherhinkt, dokumentiere ich den Brief von Argentinien hier:

Dear movement fellows,

Wikimedia Argentina would like to express its support for the letter by
Wikimedia Israel regarding URAA-motivated massive content deletions in
Wikimedia Commons. Yet, we would like to express our view not only to the
Foundation BoT but also to all Wikimedia editors, and especially to those
working in Wikimedia Commons.

Volunteers from Argentina have been among the most affected by the policy
adopted by Wikimedia Commons administrators regarding images that could
fall under URAA copyright provisions. Argentine copyright law provides that
images enter the public domain "only" 25 years after their production and
20 after their first documented publication. This relatively generous
criterion has enabled unaffiliated volunteers and we as Wikimedia Argentina
to enrich Commons with hundreds of thousands of historical images that are
absolutely free under Argentine law: images of the political and every day
life of the country, of its culture, of its popular idols, of its joyful
and dark days, of its customs and architecture.

However, over the last months certain Wikimedia Commons administrators have
conducted massive deletions of these contents, in many cases involving
entire categories. The burden of proof has been inverted: instead of having
to justify the deletion of a certain file, things go that volunteers have
to devout their time trying to justify the validity of their efforts. This
has caused great damage, not only by way of our readers loosing access to
free educational contents, but also de-motivating many editors and
volunteers by making them feel that their efforts are ultimately vain and
that our goal of free knowledge for everyone is being replaced by a certain
legal fetishism whose reason gets lost in processes and misses the outcome.

We acknowledge that the Wikimedia Foundation BoT and its Legal team have
repeatedly stated, as has been reinforced in recent communications, that
images shouldn't be deleted unless we receive a takedown notice, and that
it has not received a single URAA-motivated notice to date. Certain
Wikimedia Commons administrators have dismissed the Foundation's statement
as a mere opinion vis-à-vis the SCOTUS ruling. Yet, it is an opinion by the
organization that is legally responsible for the contents being hosted in
Wikimedia Commons.

We respectfully call the Wikimedia Commons community to reflect on the
practical consequences of its current policy on URAA's implementation.
Those files generating potential conflict could be even identified as such
without the need for a pre-emptive deletion. And we would like the Commons
community to reflect not only on the preventive loss of free contents we
are generating, but also on the harmful disconnection between Wikimedia
Commons and all of the other Wikimedia projects it serves as media
repository, mostly Wikipedia.

Many years ago, the editors of the Spanish Wikipedia decided to close the
possibility to directly host images, choosing instead to use Wikimedia
Commons. If we miss the opportunity to find a workaround that saves
hundreds of thousands of images from an unrequested deletion that hurts our
very mission, Wikipedia editors could ultimately evaluate reversing that
decision, reopening "project-hosted" uploads just to avoid the restrictive
and exclusionary URAA interpretation that Wikimedia Commons has been
sustaining against the Foundation's political and legal advice. That would
be far from being an optimal outcome.

We are sure that we as the broader community of Wikimedia volunteers can
find a common ground that permits to adapt to all legal conditions and
challenges while putting in the first place the fulfillment of our goal
towards free knowledge.

Approved by the Board of Wikimedia Argentina on February 22, 2014


Ähnliche Briefe liegen bisher vor von: Israel, Spanien, Venezuela.

https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:URAA_issues

Zum Thema URAA hier:
http://archiv.twoday.net/search?q=uraa

Update: Ich hätte die Antwort der Foundation erwähnen sollen:

https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Talk:Wikimedia_Israel/Letter_to_the_BoT_regarding_URAA#Response_from_Wikimedia_Foundation_Board_of_Trustees

"The WMF does not plan to remove any content unless it has actual knowledge of infringement or receives a valid DMCA takedown notice. To date, no such notice has been received under the URAA. We are not recommending that community members undertake mass deletion of existing content on URAA grounds, without such actual knowledge of infringement or takedown notices." das ist an sich ein vernünftiger Standpunkt, der die wildgewordenen Commons-Admins in ihrem Furor kaum stoppen wird, auch wenn das Meinungsbild auf

https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Commons:Administrators%27_noticeboard#Massive_restoration_of_deleted_images_by_the_URAA

recht eindeutig erscheint.

URAA-betroffen Paul Klee

Glückwunsch an Frank Schulenburg, der Geschäftsführer der auf Nordamerika beschränkten Wiki Education Foundation wird:

http://heise.de/-2112339

MONITOR enthüllt heute Abend. Vorab-Infos als Podcast:

http://www.podcast.de/episode/236591843/Inside+Wikipedia+-+Angriff+der+PR-Industrie/

Siehe auch
http://www.pr-agentur-blog.de/aufgesang-im-tv-pr-in-der-wikipedia-ist-thema-in-monitor-9384.html

Update:
http://www.wdr.de/tv/monitor/sendungen/2014/0130/wikipedia.php5

Studie von Marvin Oppong: http://www.oppong.eu

Hier kostenfrei zu lesen und weiterführende Links:

http://www.otto-brenner-stiftung.de/otto-brenner-stiftung/aktuelles/verdeckte-pr-in-wikipedia.html

s.a.:

https://netzpolitik.org/2014/studie-der-otto-brenner-stiftung-verdeckte-pr-in-wikipedia/

via http://www.freie-radios.net/61259

--- Update ---
https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia_Diskussion:Kurier#Verdeckte_PR_in_Wikipedia

Höchst lückenhaft:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_crowdsourcing_projects

"Die Preisträger des Foto-Wettbewerbs Wiki Loves Monuments 2013 wurden in Deutschland von einer Jury aus acht Wikipedianern und Nina Schwenke, Fotografin und Verantwortliche für das Bildarchiv im Denkmalschutzamt Hamburg, sowie dem Architekturfotografen Volkmar Billeb aus Dahlwitz-Hoppegarten bestimmt. Sie tagte vom 18. bis 20. Oktober in Hamburg. ... Ausgewählt wurden 100 Bilder. Die besten zehn stellen gleichzeitig den deutschen Beitrag zum internationalen Wettbewerb dar."

http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Wiki_Loves_Monuments_2013/Preisträger_Deutschland

Da bin ich bis Sonntag anzutreffen:

https://de.wikisource.org/wiki/Wikisource:Treffen_2013

https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Meinungsbilder/Umgang_mit_bezahltem_Schreiben

Bisher sind die meisten für die Beibehaltung des Status Quo.

Update:
http://schmalenstroer.net/blog/2013/10/sockenpuppen-pr-paid-editing-und-die-wikipedia/

Trotz der diesmal besonders lieblosen Betreuung gab es wieder ein tolles Ergebnis (in etwa auf dem Niveau von 2012):

https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Images_from_Wiki_Loves_Monuments_2013

Zur lieblosen Betreuung durch die Community vergleiche man unsere früheren Meldungen:
http://archiv.twoday.net/search?q=wiki+loves+monuments

Die Öffentlichkeitsarbeit war dieses Jahr noch mieser als 2012 und schon diese war mies gewesen. Letzte Meldung und letzter Tweet auf

http://www.wikilovesmonuments.org/

ist vom 30. September. Das Statistik-Tool bietet dieses Jahr eine besonders beknackte Auswertung:

http://toolserver.org/~superzerocool/wlm/?pais=germany

Mit über 500 Fotos brauche ich mich aber trotzdem nicht zu verstecken.

Kronberg/Ts. (eigenes Foto)

 

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