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Why Open Stock Photography?
As of October 2007, the Wikimedia Commons, a central media archive operated by the Wikimedia Foundation, contains about 1,986,590 files* uploaded by over 30,000 registered users. Each of these files is available under a free content license or in the public domain; there are no restrictions of use beyond those relating to use of official insignia. Licenses which limit commercial use are considered non-free.
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- Testing two new image servers to distribute load a bit better, these are being provided by our brand new mystery sponsor ...?
- Testing a new search engine rebuild.
- Implemented SVG -> PNG conversion. Now SVG images are displayed inline.
- Improved our thumbnailing engine. Now supporting larger resolution images.
- Implemented a revised search engine featuring more returned results and better secondary search suggestions.
- Integrated the Wiki Commons "Picture of the Day" (POTD)
- Added two new Zazzle products: Custom Printed Bags and T-Shirts
- Implemented Yahoo! Maps for geo-coded photographs
- Integrated Zazzle for custom printed products and stickers. (Create one-of-a-kind products from our library of stock phtoography.)
- Public Beta testing new display: Recent Comments
- Improved handling of user pages.
- Implemented more improvements to our "wiki" parser
- Public Beta testing new feature: Comments (Public and Private). Use your existing Yahoo! ID to publicly or privaetley comment on your favorite photographs. (Hint: After you login, view an image license and look for the small icon below the thumbnail.)
- Implemented improved "wiki" parser
- Public Beta testing new feature: Lightbox. Use your existing Yahoo! ID to store your favorite images in an easy to use lightbox. (Hint: After you login, view an image license and look for the small icon below the thumbnail.)
- Public Beta testing new feature: Implicit Tagging. View our new Popular Tags or try searching for a Specific Tag.
- Implemented an "offensive search/tag" filter.
- Clean existing "offensive search/tag" data from our databases
- Beta testing new features: Commenting, Lightboxes and Tagging (Explicit/Implicit)