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Le 13/02/2013 18:21, Robinson Tryon a écrit :
I can ask the companies if we may use the images under those licensing
terms. Any reason why something like CC-BY wouldn't work?
CC-By could work, but it's less convenient. And also, it's supposed to be just correct technical picutres of their products, so I'm not sure they actually would be copyrightable: proposing them a CC-BY would suggest that we actually consider them as copytightable (and I'm personnaly against spreading this idea). CC-0 is more like "we don't think it's copyrightable, but just in case".

What's the next step here?  (the images total about 30MB)
Once you get the proper licence, uploaded them somewhere easily accessible
by all: like wikimedia as Fabian suggested, or the libreoffice wiki.
I'd suggest the libreoffice wiki, as it's a resource that the project
controls. Wikimedia is less of a repository and more an active
Agree. IMHO, just do what's more convenient for you.

Is the Libreoffice wiki the preferred location for source media, or is
there some kind of in-house repository for such things? I saw
klaus-jürgen ask for some additional pieces as SVG, and wondered if
all these media assets might be easier to manage in some structure
with subdirectories.
I don't know. I have yet to solve the problem of format conversion.

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