ウィキメディア概報 2016年2月

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Wikimedia Highlights, February 2016 lead image.jpg
"Wasei_Dúo_en_MR_02.jpg" by Rubén Ojeda, freely licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0; "THE_BATTLE_OF_COPYRIGHT.jpg" by Christopher Dombres, freely licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0; "BlackLifeMatters_Wikipedia_Edit-a-thon_in_Harlem,_New_York_City,_February_6,_2016.webm" by Victor Grigas, freely licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0; Collage by Andrew Sherman.

Wikimedia財団公式ブログに2016年2月に投稿された記事の中からハイライトをお送りします。

ロマン主義音楽の録音とウィキメディア・コモンズ内19世紀音楽の充実

Wasei Dúo en MR 02.jpg
写真Rubén Ojedaによる、CC BY-SA 4.0のフリーライセンス

ウィキメディア財団スペイン支部は、国のロマン主義に関する博物館と協力し、一連のクラシックコンサートをウィキメディア・コモンズにアップロードしました。成果は誰でも自由に利用できます。協会は、文化と芸術の啓蒙のため、広くミュージシャンたちを招き、協力しています。

TPPとは?問題のあるパートナーシップ

THE BATTLE OF COPYRIGHT.jpg
写真はChristopher Dombresによる、CC BY-SA 2.0のフリーライセンス

ウィキペディアとその作成、そして自由な知識の共有は強力で健康的なパブリックドメインにより支えられています。不幸にも、TPPは著作権の保護期間を「作者の死後70年」に延長し、パブリックドメインを侵そうとしています。これは、オーストラリア、アメリカ、チリといった長い保護期間を採用する国に適合させようとしているものです。

TPP is a problematic treaty because it harms the public domain and our ability to create and share free knowledge. It is time for countries to partner for the policies and projects that benefit everyone, like the public domain, clear copyright exceptions and intermediaries empowered to stay out of content creation with good safe harbor protections.

#BlackLifeMatters edit-a-thon bolsters Wikipedia’s coverage of black history

Dozens of black history articles were created or improved at the #AfroCROWD Wikipedia editathon in Harlem. You can watch the video here, on Youtube, or Vimeo. Video by Victor Grigas, freely licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0.

Dozens of black history articles were created or improved at the #AfroCROWD Wikipedia editathon in Harlem, New York City. Building on events held this year and last, the event helped fill gaps in the English Wikipedia's coverage, including on Edward Augustine Savoy.

In brief

  • Appeal filed in Wikimedia v. NSA: The case was dismissed on the grounds of standing, an important legal concept that refers to whether or not someone has the right to bring their claim in court. In our appeal, we detail how and why the Wikimedia Foundation and its eight co-plaintiffs have amply demonstrated that we have standing in this case.
  • Wiki Loves Africa brings the continent’s fashion to the world: Held in October of November of last year, the Wiki Loves Africa photo competition focused on the continent’s varied fashion traditions from north, south, east, and west. The winners came from all over the continent—Kenya, Senegal, Ghana, and Algeria. In total, 7,453 images were entered by 734 unique contributors from 51 countries around the world.
  • More striking photos from the European Science Photo Competition: The 2015 European Science Photo Competition saw 9793 files uploaded from 2201 authors from 40 countries. Naturally, many of them didn’t make it into the final, but there were lot of great shots besides the 328 submissions (384 separate images) that went on to compete for first place.


Andrew Sherman, Digital Communications Intern, Wikimedia Foundation

Social Media
  • More than 9,000 science photos and entire classical music concerts were uploaded to Wikimedia Commons last month.