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Contact for the media files214:04, 18 April 2014
Comment on February 12 2014114:13, 8 April 2014

Contact for the media files

Hello dear wiki team,

I saw you in action in the Parliament premises, you worked really hard to get this project done ! I would just like to ask anyone involved, whom to contact to get the media material, sych as the photos & videos ? Are they already published somewhere ? Are they going to be directly used to update Wikipedia pages ?


Euradeus (talk)13:49, 18 April 2014

Images were being uploaded to Commons through the whole visit, as well as afterwards. The main push of the visit was to get decent images on as-many MEP articles as possible. So, yes, those are all available. Starting at Category:WIKI loves parliaments/European Parliament 2014 will get you virtually all of the content as you drill-down into sub-categories, which includes video footage.

Brian McNeil / talk14:03, 18 April 2014

Comment on February 12 2014

Very interesting article.

TheInformativePanda (talk)00:17, 12 February 2014

Glad you liked it! Fascinating place to visit, which you could oh-so-easily get lost in for days.

Brian McNeil / talk14:13, 8 April 2014