October 2009


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Karoline Dehnhard <[log in to unmask]>
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UofMN CSS Web Development <[log in to unmask]>
Wed, 28 Oct 2009 17:37:32 -0500
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Thank you everyone for the your responses/ideas/questions. Apparently there 
is policy being made on this, so hopefully soon all of these questions will 
be answered!


On Oct 28 2009, Kristofer Layon wrote:

>Ah yes, thanks for reminding us of that Peter.  I've spent a fair  
>amount of time reading Flickr's licensing terms, and have been  
>impressed with the range of CC options.  But apparently not impressed  
>enough to remember!  = /
>On Oct 28, 2009, at 2:16 PM, Peter Fleck wrote:
>> Content on Flickr remains yours. It's tied into Creative Commons  
>> licensing so you can be very specific about how your photos are  
>> used. Flickr also does video now. Photos can also be marked private.
>> Peter Fleck
>> On Oct 28, 2009, at 1:54 PM, Nate Sigrist <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>>> I do believe that using an outside source like Flickr would  
>>> conflict with the U's terms.  What do you do if their site goes  
>>> down?  Also be cautious of who owns the content.  Some sites take  
>>> ownership of whatever is uploaded.  Have you considered using a  
>>> local PHP install of Gallery? http://gallery.menalto.com/  I'm sure  
>>> there are other options.
>>> Nathaniel Sigrist
>>> Web Developer
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>>> Karoline Dehnhard wrote:
>>>> Hello,
>>>> If anyone has linked to Flickr I would be curious to know how. My  
>>>> understanding is that they require that you either link to them  
>>>> using a Flickr photo or Flickr badge (correct me if I am wrong). I  
>>>> also want to know if there are rules about using a Flickr badge on  
>>>> a U of M site since it is advertisement-like. Also, what exactly  
>>>> does "for personal use" mean with regard to Flickr?
>>>> I have many questions about other social media too! This would be  
>>>> a good topic for a presentation.
>>>> Karoline