[NetBehaviour] Wikipedia challenges "Wikipedia Art"

Scott Kildall lucky at kildall.com
Fri Apr 24 22:53:45 CEST 2009


Hi everyone,

I sincerely appreciate the support on this issue (and thanks to Rob  
for blogging about it).

I'm hoping that Wikimedia won't try to pursue this matter further.  
After sifting through Godwin's emails on the Wikimedia Foundation  
list, it looks like they will probably let it be.

Its weird to see how they've framed this issue as Nathaniel and myself  
as "performance artists" who have somehow hoodwinked the EFF, but I  
assume this is a media-spinning tactic.

Anyhow, I feel at least relieved that the issue is in the public  
debate (e.g. blogs with comments) rather than in my email bin, which  
was a tad anxiety-producing and definitely time (and money)-consuming.

Best,
Scott


On Apr 24, 2009, at 3:16 PM, Rob Myers wrote:

> I blogged about this -
>
> http://www.robmyers.org/weblog/2009/04/24/wikimedia-hates-art/
>
> And I think the events are probably notable enough to deserve a
> Wikipedia page. ;-)
>
> - Rob.
>
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