Per vostra (inform)azione.
Purtroppo la consultazione si chiude a Natale, quindi dati i tempi troppo stretti:
a) scrivo ai gestori del sito per farmi mandare i sorgenti xml da
tradurre, perché mandare le persone direttamente sul sito della
commissione europea fa' perdere il valore aggiunto (suggerimenti e
inoltro del questionario) fatto. attendo risposta
b) la carico su Transifex e mettiamo rapidamente in piedi una squadra di traduttori
Ritengo fondamentale tradurla e diffonderla rapidamente se vogliamo che vengano ascoltati anche i cittadini italiani.
[NB: se c'è qualcuno che vuole prendersela in carico al posto mio ben venga]
On 24 September,
the European Commission launched its all-encompassing and not very
clearly defined public consultation on online platforms (the title is
actually a lot longer but we are trying to spare you some pain),
covering a lot of issues that are not copyright related.
Although it may not jump at you at first glance, the questionnaire also addresses:
‘… the relation between platforms and their suppliers…’ and ‘the role of
online intermediaries including ways to tackle illegal content on the
This basically encompasses questions that can be used to highlight that
you do not want Internet intermediaries being pushed in a role as
‘voluntary censors’ of the web, that you think licensing terms offered
to researchers and many creators by right holders are not always fair,
that you consider text and data mining to be crucial for research, and
that at the end of the day, you expect your fundamental freedoms as a
user to weigh in the balance.
To avoid this consultation only being answered by the ‘usual suspects’,
C4C has mobilised a number of its signatories as well as non-signatories
to revamp our http://youcan.fixcopyright.eu/ tool, to facilitate the process of responding to the EC consultation by allowing people to:
Get a selection of questions relevant to them depending on their
interests (online users, teachers, librarians, cultural heritage
representatives, etc.). This does not mean they have to answer all of
these questions but filters out what is likely to be most relevant to
Get an explanation on what the questions put forward by the European
Commission mean in ‘normal language’ and what possible elements of
answer can be provided. There again: it is up to the person filling in
the answering wizard to provide their own answers, the provided
explanations only serving as guidance.
Whilst the Commission consultation runs until 30 December 2015, our online form will be available until 25 December 2015 midnight, as we need to transfer the collected responses to the European Commission with the technical support of Mozilla.
So, what do we need from you:
20 minutes of your time to go to our http://youcan.fixcopyright.eu/
questionnaire, chose your ‘persona’, and fill in the questions you want
to respond to, from those we selected as relevant to copyright
2 minutes of your time to send an email to your networks to inform them
of this initiative and encourage them to participate (just think of this
as your very special way to give an end of year present to the European
Commission) or put a .txt file in your uploads, which contains the
content of this discussion thread here
20 seconds of our time to send out a tweet informing the world that
#FixCopyright: Go to http://youcan.fixcopyright.eu/ & respond by 25 Dec 23:59 to the #copyright questions of the European Commission
is an initiative put together by a broad cross-section of interest
groups from across Europe, from rights holders to public interest NGOs
to large consumer representatives and everything in between.
Se c'è del testo su transifex posso tradurre qualche parte (sperando che non limiti l'accesso disturbando il lavoro). Per il resto non ho capito se si tratta di tradurre materiale per una campagnia di sensibilizzazione o domande per un sondaggio europeo. Il mio inglese non è il massimo, riesco a tradurre, ma con fatica