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  • OTW Fannews: Celebrations in Focus

    Janet Vandenabeele - Sobota, 30 stycznia 2016 - 6:28pm
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    • Fandom in 2015 was more "out" than ever before, with increasingly insightful takes on it that questioned common assumptions and sought to educate the public (and not just through academia.) Some of the developments had to do with changes in the media itself, and some due to an understanding of its rewards to both the media, as well as everyday efforts.
    • Hypable noted how fans were likely to spend the year-end holidays. "The fact is, everyone has their own traditions, and if you’re a part of a fandom, these traditions could (and probably do) relate to your passion. If you’re looking for ideas on how to add some flare to your celebrations this holiday, here are some ideas from six different fandoms!"
    • For some people, as in The Burlington County Times the real celebration was discovering a new fannishness. "[W]hen 'Star Wars Episode VII' was announced, my sister almost cried with immense anticipation. I, on the other hand, wasn’t exceptionally fazed, but in the spirit of sisterhood, I agreed to attend a showing two days after the movie’s release. I hadn’t minded the original six films that I had been emphatically encouraged to watch as a child, and I knew that Laura would appreciate someone to whom she could fangirl.
      I had no idea that I would leave that theater shaking and screaming with joy over what is now my favorite movie. Somehow, I had been involuntarily indoctrinated into the 'Star Wars' cult, and I regret nothing."
    • While some fannish meetings turned pretty permanent other fannish developments were personal revelations. "One of the awesome things about burlesque is that even when mainstream media usually only shows a limited ideal of women’s bodies, burlesque embraces all bodies. Big or small, tall or short, fit or not so fit. I’ve found the whole thing to be a very body positive experience. When I perform, I don’t care if people see my cellulite. And you know what? They don’t care either. They care that I’m performing as The Joker, or Edward Elric, or a post-apocalyptic road warrior. They care that I’m funny. They care that I’m showing them a great time. When everyone is having a great time being geeky, that’s all that really matters."

    What did you see as the major changes in how fandoms were represented in 2015? Write about it in Fanlore! Contributions are welcome from all fans.

    We want your suggestions! If you know of an essay, video, article, podcast, or link you think we should know about, comment on the most recent OTW Fannews post. Links are welcome in all languages! Submitting a link doesn't guarantee that it will be included in a Fannews post, and inclusion of a link doesn't mean that it is endorsed by the OTW.

  • OTW Fannews: Fandom Awakens & Stretches

    Claudia Rebaza - Wtorek, 26 stycznia 2016 - 4:14pm
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    • New York magazine took the opportunity to point out what the release of a new Star Wars film really means and included some early numbers from AO3. "[I]f you have even passing knowledge of the internet you won't be surprised to hear that hundreds of authors and illustrators in the fan-fiction community are already hard at work asking tough questions, like, 'Yo, what if these two (or three) characters kissed?' But in a Star Wars universe with at least four major new roles, the key question is: Who are we most excited to read about boning?"
    • Birth Movies Death was stuck on the idea that we're in a remix culture where official and unofficial fanworks all co-exist. "The most interesting fanfic is the kind where the fan takes a property they love and says 'I don’t see myself in here, so I’m putting myself in it.' I don’t mean that in general Mary Sue terms, but social progress terms - making characters queer, introducing characters of color, bringing in characters of other backgrounds...when Lucasfilm finally hires a filmmaker who isn’t just a white guy who grew up on Star Wars is when we’ll truly be entering a truly new phase of the saga."
    • The Mary Sue considered the relative importance of fanon vs. canon. "This all seems to be part of a larger conversation that I’ve seen happening lately, across fandoms in genre fiction everywhere: how much should canon matter? How much should creators’ opinions matter? Can our own passion for what we believe the canon should be overpower what the 'truth' of the source material is? And does the 'truth' really matter, at that point? Can fandom bring about Death of the Author so effectively that we make our own 'truth'? Even referring to the canon as 'truth' here makes me squirm, because it suggests that fan-fiction and fan-art and fan interpretations are somehow false and therefore wrong … which they may be, according to the source material, but they feel true and so valid and so life-affirming to fans."
    • Meanwhile Upvoted discussed the continuity of fandom across generations. "An immigrant from Vietnam, Greenleaf’s electrician dad developed a love for science-fiction in America watching TV shows like Star Trek and Johnny Quest. Then he saw Star Wars in the theaters when it came out in 1977. 'Definitely seeing Star Wars was a big thing for him, but I think he kept it to himself'" Now, however, it's all in the open. "'Once he saw me bringing a lot of costumes home and making them, he got interested...He’d ask me, ‘Can I try it on? Can I wear it?’ I’ve taken him to a lot of character events and introduced him to a lot of people, and he’s really gotten into it.'”

    Make sure fanworks and events surrounding Star Wars: The Force Awakens don't get forgotten! Write about them in Fanlore! Contributions are welcome from all fans.

    We want your suggestions! If you know of an essay, video, article, podcast, or link you think we should know about, comment on the most recent OTW Fannews post. Links are welcome in all languages! Submitting a link doesn't guarantee that it will be included in a Fannews post, and inclusion of a link doesn't mean that it is endorsed by the OTW.

  • OTW Fannews: Fandom Force

    Janita Burgess - Czwartek, 14 stycznia 2016 - 5:42pm
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    • The release of the new Star Wars film prompted a renewed focus on fan activities in the news media, such as this speculation on the role of the prequels. "By the mid 2000s it was clear: George Lucas had betrayed us Star Wars fans. From his director chair he shot lifeless actors on lifeless green screens as he produced the terrible prequels and updates to the original films. In response, we the fans began to take ownership of Star Wars away from George Lucas. We became the moral owners and protectors of Star Wars. It was our galaxy now. We were Star Wars. He was not. The Star Wars prequels and special editions have caused a lot of debate. Yet, their role in how they have shaped a fan community is often overlooked. The prequels illustrate the fascinating ways fan culture survives and evolves."
    • Other outlets tried to identify where fandom lived, but the answer, as The Star presented, is everywhere. "In Malaysia, one group of fans have taken it a step further and turned into a band of lightsaber-wielding heroes who have spent the last few years entertaining local fans at various themed event. Meet the Force Arts Stunt Team (FAST), a group of lightsaber choreography performers based in the Klang Valley who don full Jedi and Sith costumes and act out self-choreographed fight scenes with life-sized stunt lightsabers in front of live audiences."
    • Fandom appeared in a number of unexpected places as well. Many outlets reported on a German's church outreach to fans. "A church in the German capital invited 'Star Wars' fans to attend a special service Sunday themed on the sci-fi blockbuster in an attempt to attract more young people into the pews. About 500 people heeded the call and attended the service, some carrying light saber props or wearing Darth Vader masks. It was more than twice as many as usually come to Zion Church on a Sunday." (For others, the surprise was inside the house all along.)
    • Unfortunately, some writers still can't get let go of the weird label for anything fannish. Fortunately, other sites and writers have a much better handle on how to present amazing work as just that. Plus, how about actually speaking to the fanworks creators? "[A]rtist Kelly Kerrigan explained how she was inspired to combine cuddly creatures with their 'Star Wars' comrades after her husband Paul's death in 2010. Paul, whose favorite film was Jimmy Stewart's 'Harvey,' had a soft spot for bunnies, even calling them his spirit animal. The 'Star Wars' characters act not only as effective foils to their cuddlier counterparts, they remind Kerrigan of bonding with her husband over their shared love of the trilogy in college."

    What stories about the new film's premiere do you think should be remembered? Write about them in Fanlore! Contributions are welcome from all fans.

    We want your suggestions! If you know of an essay, video, article, podcast, or link you think we should know about, comment on the most recent OTW Fannews post. Links are welcome in all languages! Submitting a link doesn't guarantee that it will be included in a Fannews post, and inclusion of a link doesn't mean that it is endorsed by the OTW.

  • The OTW Supports Fan Film Makers

    Sarah Remy - Środa, 6 stycznia 2016 - 5:23pm
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    In late December, 2015, Paramount and CBS sued the makers of Axanar, a Star Trek fan film that is intended to be professional quality and has been funded in significant part by Kickstarter and Indiegogo crowdfunding.

    The OTW has no relationship with Axanar or its makers, and we don’t know what the film will be like, so we can’t speak to the merits of this suit in particular. But we are troubled by much of Paramount’s Complaint, which we believe is based on a fundamental misunderstanding of fair use law. U.S. copyright law identifies several factors to consider in determining whether a new work based on a preexisting work is fair use, including (1) whether the new work transforms the meaning or purpose of the original, (2) whether the new work is noncommercial (that is, not made for profit), (3) how much of the original work the new work copies, and (4) whether the new work competes in the market with the original work.

    Fair use favors works that are noncommercial and not sold for a profit; that are transformative, adding new meaning or messages to the original; that are limited, not copying the entirety of the original; and that do not substitute for the original work. None of these factors is absolutely necessary for fair use, but they all help, and we believe that noncommercial fan films that use discrete elements from original works and add new meaning to them are precisely the kinds of works that the law should encourage. The fact that the hosting or creation of a work may be funded by one person, or crowdfunded by many people, doesn’t make the resulting work commercial. And the fact that a fanwork is high-quality or expensive to produce does not undermine the fact that it is fair use.

    We hope that copyright owners agree with us: fanworks often add to the markets for original copyrighted works, rather than competing with them. The OTW strongly believes that Paramount should be supporting the creators of noncommercial fan films, not threatening them.

    For more information on the OTW’s position on copyright, fanworks, and fair use, see the “Legal” section of the OTW FAQ. OTW Legal will continue to watch the progress of this lawsuit.

  • OTW Fannews: Paying Tribute

    Claudia Rebaza - Wtorek, 29 grudnia 2015 - 5:14pm
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    • Canada's National Post reported on the 141st birthday of Lucy Maud Montgomery by citing not only the various incarnations and tributes to Anne of Green Gables but also its fanfiction. "Anne fans are pretty prolific in the fan fiction department, filling up the corners of the Internet with stories devoted to Anne’s experiences with postpartum depression or Anne and Gilbert’s romance (some are not as...chaste as the originals)."
    • Tech Times reported on a Hannibal anthology of fanworks. "So, why focus on fan fiction surrounding Hannibal? 'It was a combination of both my interest in starting a fandom press in general and my love and admiration for the show,' Fleck said. 'After doing Brooklyn last year, I knew I wanted to eventually attempt another fanbook, but I had planned on waiting at least another year before doing it due to the time commitment. Watching Season 3 of Hannibal unfold changed that plan — the finale was the nail in the coffin, I knew Hannibal was something really special and I wanted to do a Hannibal book.'"
    • WhoSay wrote about the short film "Fan Friction” produced for RocketJump: The Show. "The opportunity to have a story about two female characters and their friendship was really important, particularly because in geek and nerd culture there's a lot of hostility towards women historically. So it was an important and deliberate choice to make it two female characters. The goal with the short was to make it a love letter to female fans of nerdy stuff. Ideally that will make them feel included into a world where they are often excluded from."
    • Deadline wrote about a planned documentary focusing on Phantom of the Paradise fandom. "Phantom of Winnipeg will tell the story of that fan community and how it’s still going strong today. Like a concentrated and highly idiosyncratic Rocky Horror Picture Show, the film found in Winnipeg a devoted audience of, weirdly, 9 to 13-year-olds, who bought hundreds of tickets. Phantom actually outsold Jaws in its initial release, and local sales of the soundtrack helped the album go gold in Canada. The film also spawned 'Phantompalooza,' a local festival held biannually since 2004."

    What fandoms and parts of fan culture do you think should be remembered? Write about them in Fanlore! Contributions are welcome from all fans.

    We want your suggestions! If you know of an essay, video, article, podcast, or link you think we should know about, comment on the most recent OTW Fannews post. Links are welcome in all languages! Submitting a link doesn't guarantee that it will be included in a Fannews post, and inclusion of a link doesn't mean that it is endorsed by the OTW.

  • OTW Fannews: The Year in Fandom

    Claudia Rebaza - Sobota, 26 grudnia 2015 - 4:46pm
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    • Hypable kicked off the end of year list tradition with an article on fandom things to be thankful for. "I knew that I wanted characters that I could relate to, but I had no idea the sort of self-assurance and confidence that female characters like Peggy Carter, Kimmy Schmidt, Jessica Jones, and Trish Walker could inspire. Watching these ladies on screen made me feel like I wasn’t alone. That the things I feel and the way I see the world isn’t just an isolated view. Peggy Carter’s 'I know my value' line makes me burst into tears whenever I hear her say it because it feels like she’s talking to me. These complex women believe in themselves and give me the confidence to do the same. I’m so grateful that there’s finally a surge of women like them in media because I need them. We all do."
    • Contributors to Star Wars.com discussed why they were grateful for the franchise. "More than anything, I’m thankful for the catharsis and moral center Star Wars has provided me, and the friends it has given me over the years. Without Star Wars, I’m not sure where I’d be and I can’t even imagine what my life would be like. Just about every person in my life that’s stuck around and been there for me I met because of Star Wars. I really don’t know who I’d be without it. It’s gotten me through all the toughest times and I know it’ll be there to do more of that in the future, too."
    • MTV.com suggested that Hamilton was revolutionizing fandom and mentioned some aspects to be thankful for. "More importantly, the cast reflects what America looks like today, bringing both diversity and women into the forefront. (Werk.) The story is every bit Eliza Hamilton’s as it is Alexander’s — some would say even more so." They also noted that many in the fandom had been unable to see the show but that "doesn’t make them any less of a fan. Like most fandoms, the Hamildom has spawned a giddy plethora of fan fic, fan art — mostly using the likeness of the Broadway cast, not the historical figures themselves — and even more impressively, it’s pretty drama-free."
    • One poster at Geek & Sundry wrote about their love for a Dr. Who fanfic and what the future might bring. "Star Hopping, as well as other great Whovian sagas, could be the beginnings of the next great Doctor Who showrunners and creative minds behind the scenes. But, even if they don’t take over the Whoniverse, they are still adding another interesting layer to the massive fandom."

    What are the fandom events that made you thankful in 2015? Keep fandom history alive in Fanlore! Contributions are welcome from all fans.

    We want your suggestions! If you know of an essay, video, article, podcast, or link you think we should know about, comment on the most recent OTW Fannews post. Links are welcome in all languages! Submitting a link doesn't guarantee that it will be included in a Fannews post, and inclusion of a link doesn't mean that it is endorsed by the OTW.

  • OTW Fannews: Setting Goals

    Sarah Remy - Czwartek, 10 grudnia 2015 - 5:29pm
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    • The Phillipine Star offered a look at fanfic's changing prominence. "You, me, and your lola are probably now aware of what fanfiction is. In my simple mind, it used to be some underground cult, but has grown into a legitimate hobby in the last few years. You got your books, you got your movie tie-in novelizations, and then you got fanfiction. It’s not quite a sequel, in the way the New Testament followed the Old one. Imagine a hardcore Bible-reader wanting to know what happened after the Book of Revelations, so he wrote a post-apocalyptic novel featuring The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. Ridiculous, but strangely plausible."
    • Huffington Post listed one of many benefits of fanfic, including its ability to encourage reading. "While the other two strategies helped, when my daughter found fanfiction things really took off...Because she was already invested in Padme and Anakin through the movies, it was an easy leap to enjoy reading about them. And it hasn't stopped with Star Wars. She's read fanfiction based on Once Upon A Time, How to Train Your Dragon, and even Pride and Prejudice! That was a year ago, and now I struggle to get her to stop reading." Some of those Star Wars readers may also one day become Star Wars writers.
    • More media outlets are getting into the business of offering serious recommendations, such as when Vulture included recs to Buffy fanfic as part of a larger story on its appeal. "To truly understand Buffy’s fanfic reach, though, consider the following: One site featured 351 Buffy-related fiction updates last month, even though the series ended its run more than a decade ago. And that’s only one site. There are multiple online sources for Buffy fanfiction. Some, like Archive of Our Own and FanFiction.net, offer detailed tagging and filter options for those seeking out very specific Buffy experiences...Other fanfiction sites specialize in Buffy crossovers, for those who are curious how Buffy’s world would collide with Harry Potter’s or Luke Skywalker’s."
    • Of course, as The Telegraph revealed, those fanfic readers may also one day become television producers creating crossovers and prequels. “It's quite a simple concept...Taking a selection of Dickens' most iconic characters and free them from the narrative of the book. Take them and put them all in one place, and see what happens. Let them interact and see what it's like when Fagin meets Scrooge." Said screenwriter Tony Jordan, "I'm not going to pretend to be a Dickens scholar. I've probably watched more TV and film adaptations then I've read books. But I've grown up loving them."

    What stories can you tell about writing or reading fanfic? Contribute them to Fanlore! Contributions are welcome from all fans.

    We want your suggestions! If you know of an essay, video, article, podcast, or link you think we should know about, comment on the most recent OTW Fannews post. Links are welcome in all languages! Submitting a link doesn't guarantee that it will be included in a Fannews post, and inclusion of a link doesn't mean that it is endorsed by the OTW.

  • El archivo The Wolf and Hound viene al AO3

    Meep - Piątek, 27 listopada 2015 - 5:23pm
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    Archive of Our Own - AO3 (Un Archivo Propio) está importando The Wolf and Hound, un archivo dedicado a la relación Sirius Black/Remus Lupin.

    En esta publicación encontrarás:

    Explicación de sus antecedentes

    Este archivo se creó originalmente en 2003 para facilitar la búsqueda de obras publicadas en una lista de correo de Sirius_Black_and_Remus_Lupin en Yahoo! Sus moderadorxs han alojado con orgullo esta gran cantidad de obras maravillosas recopiladas durante muchos años. En total, son aproximadamente 800 obras creadas por más de 200 personas.

    Si bien Lassenia, quien modera en este momento, aún ama el fandom, ya no participan en él y, desgraciadamente, no tiene tiempo para dar mantenimiento al archivo. Para garantizar que las obras en The Wolf and Hound Archive's no se pierdan, Lassenia trabajará con Open Doors para importar el archivo a una colección separada consultable con su propia identidad. Poco a poco, los enlaces que llevan al antiguo sitio redireccionarán al AO3 para que las obras aún puedan ser encontradas con su antiguo URL. Comenzaremos a importar obras del archivo The Wolf and Hound a la colección del AO3 en diciembre.

    ¿Qué significa esto para lxs creadorxs que tenían obras en el archivo The Wolf and Hound?

    ¡Aquí es donde necesitamos tu ayuda!

    1. Si tienes una cuenta en el AO3 y has publicado allí tus obras del Archivo The Wolf and Hound, por favorcomunícate con Open Doors (Puertas Abiertas), e infórmanos de tu(s) pseudónimo(s) en el archivo The Wolf and Hound y de tu dirección de correo electrónico para no importar tus obras. (Por favor incluye “The Wolf and Hound” en el asunto de tu correo.)

    Para instrucciones sobre cómo importar obras masivamente al archivo Wolf and Hound, la nueva colección en el AO3, por favor visita el sitio de Puertas Abiertas.

    2. Si aún no tienes una cuenta en el AO3 pero te gustaría subir tú mismx tus obras, por favor comunícate con Puertas Abiertas e infórmanos de tu(s) pseudónimo(s) en
    en el archivo The Wolf and Hound y la dirección de correo electrónico a la cual quieres que te envíen una invitación al AO3. (Por favor incluye “Wolf and Hound” en el asunto de tu correo).

    Para instrucciones sobre cómo importar y agregar obras a la colección del archivo The Wolf and Hound, por favor visita elsitio de Puertas Abiertas.

    3. Si aún no tienes una cuenta en el AO3 pero te gustaría tener una y obtener ayuda para importar tus obras, por favor comunícate con Puertas Abiertas e infórmanos de tu(s) pseudónimo(s) en el Archivo The Wolf and Hound y de la dirección de correo electrónico a la cual quieres que te envíen una invitación al AO3. (Por favor incluye “The Wolf and Hound” en el asunto de tu correo.)
    Cuando tu cuenta se haya creado, haznos saber el nombre que utilizas en AO3 y así podremos transferir tus obras una vez que hayan sido importadas.

    4. Si NO quieres que tus obras sean importadas al AO3, por favor comunícate con Puertas Abiertas e infórmanos de tu(s) pseudónimo(s) en en el archivo The Wolf and Hound para que tus obras no sean importadas. (Por favor incluye “Wolf and Hound” en el asunto de tu correo).

    Si no te molesta que se conserven, pero no quieres que tu nombre se relacione con ellas, por favor háznoslo saber; puedes renunciar a tu obra y la subiremos como anónima en lugar de dejarla para que sea borrada.

    Todas las obras que subamos en nombre de su autorx tendrán su nombre en el pie de autor de la obra. A medida que importemos las obras, notificaremos a la dirección de correo electrónico asociada con esta. Cuando todas las obras se hayan subido, Puertas Abiertas redireccionará los URL y el sitio se cerrará permanentemente.

    Todas las obras importadas serán visibles solo para usuarixs que hayan iniciado su sesión en el AO3. Una vez que hayas reclamado y obtenido la autoría de tus obras, puedes elegir que sean visibles al público en general, si así lo decides.
    Después de un plazo de 30 días, todas las obras importadas que no hayan sido reclamadas se harán visibles para todxs lxs visitantes.

    Si ya no tienes acceso a la cuenta de correo asociada con tus obras deI archivo The Wolf and Hound, por favor comunícate con Puertas Abiertas y te ayudaremos. (Si publicaste tus obras en algún otro lugar, o tienes una manera sencilla de demostrar que son tuyas, fantástico; si no, consultaremos con quien modera The Wolf and Hound, para confirmar tu autoría).

    Si aún tienes preguntas...

    Si tienes más preguntas, visita la página de FAQ (Preguntas frecuentes) de Puertas Abiertas, comunícate con el comité de Puertas Abiertas, o deja un comentario en esta publicación y te responderemos tan pronto como sea posible.

    También nos encantaría conseguir ayuda de lxs fans para preservar la historia del archivo The Wolf and Hound en Fanlore. Si no tienes experiencia editando wikis, ¡no te preocupes! Echa un vistazo al portal para nuevxs visitantes, o pide ayuda a lxs jardinerxs de Fanlore Gardeners.

    Nos emociona poder ayudar a preservar el archivo The Wolf and Hound.

    - El equipo de Puertas Abiertas

    Esta publicación fue traducida por el equipo de traducción de la OTW. Si deseas saber más acerca de nuestro trabajo, visita la página de Traducción en transformativeworks.org.

  • The Wolf and Hound Archive in arrivo su AO3

    Meep - Piątek, 27 listopada 2015 - 5:18pm
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    The Wolf and Hound, un archivio incentrato sulla coppia Sirius Black/Remus Lupin, sta per essere importato su Archive of Our Own - AO3 (Archivio Tutto per Noi).

    In questo post:

    Spiegazione del contesto

    L’archivio è stato originariamente creato nel 2003 per rendere più facili da trovare i lavori postati sulla Yahoo! mailing list Sirius_Black_and_Remus_Lupin, e i moderatori hanno avuto l’onore di ospitare le tante meravigliose storie che la lista ha intessuto nel corso degli anni: circa 800 lavori realizzati da oltre 200 creatori.
    Sebbene l’attuale moderatrice, Lassenia, ami ancora molto il fandom, non è più attiva al suo interno e non ha più a disposizione molto tempo per gestire l’archivio. Per assicurare che i lavori del The Wolf and Hound Archive non vadano perduti, Lassenia lavorerà con Porte Aperte per importare l’archivio in una collezione separata e ricercabile, con una sua identità. A un certo punto i link diretti al vecchio sito saranno reindirizzati alla collezione di AO3 così che i lavori si potranno ancora trovare con le loro vecchie URL. Inizieremo a importare i lavori da The Wolf and Hound Archive nella collezione di AO3 in dicembre.

    Cosa significa per i creatori che hanno lavori su The Wolf and Hound?

    Questa è la parte in cui chiediamo il tuo aiuto!

    1. Se hai già un account AO3 e hai postato lì i tuoi lavori da The Wolf and Hound Archive, per favore contatta Porte Aperte con il tuo pseudonimo(/i) e indirizzo(/i) email di The Wolf and Hound Archive, così non importeremo i tuoi lavori. (Per cortesia includi “Wolf and Hound” nel titolo dell’oggetto.)
    Per istruzioni su come aggiungere lavori multipli alla nuova collezione The Wolf and Hound Archive su AO3 , per favore visita il sito di Open Doors.
    2. Se non hai già un account AO3 ma vorresti importare le tue storie autonomamente, per favore contatta Porte Aperte con il tuo pseudonimo(/i) di The Wolf and Hound Archive e l’indirizzo email da te preferito cui inviare l’invito di AO3. (Per favore includi “Wolf and Hound” nel titolo dell’oggetto.)
    Per istruzioni su come caricare i lavori e aggiungerli alla collezione The Wolf and Hound Archive, per favore visita il sito di Open Doors.
    3. Se non hai già un account AO3 ma vorresti averne uno, insieme alla nostra assistenza per importare i tuoi lavori, per favore contatta Porte Aperte con il tuo pseudonimo(/i) di The Wolf and Hound Archive e con l’indirizzo email da te preferito cui inviare l’invito di AO3. (Per cortesia includi “Wolf and Hound” nel titolo dell’oggetto.) Una volta che il tuo account sarà pronto, comunicaci il tuo nome su AO3, e potremo trasferire i lavori a te una volta importati.
    4. Se NON vuoi che i tuoi lavori siano trasferiti, per favore contatta Porte Aperte con il tuo pseudonimo(/i) e indirizzo(/i) email di The Wolf and Hound Archive, così non li aggiungeremo. (Per cortesia includi "Wolf and Hound" nel titolo dell’oggetto.) Se ti fa piacere che i tuoi lavori vengano conservati ma non vuoi che il tuo nome sia più legato ad essi, per favore comunicacelo, dal momento che possiamo aggiungere lavori come orfani invece di lasciarli indietro e farli cancellare.
    Tutti i lavori aggiunti per conto dell'autore saranno attribuiti al creatore nell’intestazione del lavoro. Mentre importiamo i lavori, invieremo delle mail di notifica agli indirizzi a essi associati. Quando tutti i lavori saranno stati trasferiti, il comitato Open Doors creerà i link URL di reindirizzamento e poi chiuderà permanentemente il sito.
    Tutti i lavori importati saranno impostati per essere visualizzabili solo dagli utenti AO3 che hanno effettuato l’accesso. Una volta che avrai reclamato i tuoi lavori, potrai renderli visibili pubblicamente se così desideri. Dopo 30 giorni, tutti i lavori importati non reclamati saranno resi visibili a tutti i visitatori.
    Se non hai più accesso all'indirizzo mail associato con il tuo account di The Wolf and Hound Archive, per favore contatta Porte Aperte e troveremo una soluzione. Se hai postato i tuoi lavori altrove, o hai un modo facile per provare che sono tuoi, è fantastico; se non è così, lavoreremo con la moderatrice di The Wolf and Hound Archive per confermare le tue dichiarazioni.

    Se hai ulteriori domande...

    Se hai ulteriori domande, visita la pagina FAQ di Open Doors, contatta il comitato Porte Aperte, o lascia un commento su questo post e risponderemo il prima possibile.

    Ci farebbe anche piacere se i fan potessero aiutarci a preservare la storia di The Wolf and Hound Archive su Fanlore. Se non hai ancora mai scritto sulla wiki, nessun problema! Dai un’occhiata al nuovo portale dei visitatori, o chiedi consiglio ai Giardinieri di Fanlore.

    Siamo emozionati di poter aiutare a conservare
    The Wolf and Hound Archive!

    - Il team di Porte Aperte

    Questo post è stato tradotto dai traduttori volontari di OTW. Per saperne di più sul nostro lavoro, visita la pagina di Traduzione su transformativeworks.org.

  • The Wolf and Hound Archive przenosi się do AO3

    Oriontsuki - Piątek, 27 listopada 2015 - 5:17pm
    Typ wiadomości::

    The Wolf and Hound, przystań dla tekstów z pairingiem Syriusz Black/Remus Lupin, przenosi się do Archive of Our Own - AO3 (Naszego Własnego Archiwum).

    W tym poście:

    Wstępne wyjaśnienia

    Archiwum to zostało stworzone w 2003 roku aby prace umieszczone na liście mailingowej Yahoo! Sirius_Black_and_Remus_Lupin były łatwiejsze do znalezienia, a moderatorzy byli dumni mogąc udostępniać tak wiele wspaniałych opowiadań, które przez lata pojawiły się na liście: ponad 800 prac stworzonych przez ponad 200 autorów.

    Choć aktualny mod, Lassenia, wciąż kocha fandom, niestety nie ma już czasu na aktywne zaangażowanie i prowadzenie archiwum. Aby zapewnić, że prace z The Wolf and Hound Archive nie przepadną, Lassenia będzie współpracować z Drzwiami Otwartymi aby zaimportować archiwum do oddzielnej, łatwej do przeszukania kolekcji. Ostatecznie linki prowadzące do starej kolekcji będą przekierowywać do nowej, na AO3, tak aby prace wciąż mogły być wyszukiwane poprzez ich stare adresy URL. Importowanie prac z The Wolf and Hound Archive do kolekcji AO3 rozpocznie się w grudniu 2015.

    Co to oznacza dla twórców, którzy mają prace w archiwum The Wolf and Hound?

    Właśnie tu prosimy o twoją pomoc!

    1.Jeśli posiadasz już konto na AO3 i publikowałaś/eś tu swoje prace z The Wolf and Hound, skontaktuj się z Drzwiami Otwartymi podając swój pseudonim z The Wolf and Hound Archive i adres email, abyśmy nie importowali twoich prac. (Prosimy o wpisanie "Wolf and Hound" w temacie wiadomości.)
    W celu uzyskania instrukcji na temat masowego dodawania prac do nowej kolekcji na AO3, The Wolf and Hound Archive, odwiedź stronę Drzwi Otwartych.

    2. Jeśli nie masz konta na AO3, ale chcesz importować swoje prace samodzielnie, skontaktuj się z Drzwiami Otwartymi podając swój pseudonim z Wolf and Hound oraz preferowany adres email, na który mamy wysłać zaproszenie do AO3. (Prosimy o wpisanie "Wolf and Hound" w temacie wiadomości.)
    W celu uzyskania instrukcji odnośnie importowania prac i dodawania ich do kolekcji The Wolf and Hound Archive, odwiedź stronę Drzwi Otwartych.

    3.Jeśli nie masz jeszcze konta na AO3, ale chcesz je założyć oraz otrzymać pomoc przy importowaniu prac, skontaktuj się z Drzwiami Otwartymi podając swój pseudonim z Wolf and Hound oraz preferowany adres email, na który mamy wysłać zaproszenie do AO3. (Prosimy o wpisanie "Wolf and Hound" w temacie wiadomości.)
    Kiedy twoje konto zostanie już aktywowane, podaj nam swoją nazwę użytkownika na AO3, a będziemy mogli przesłać ci twoje prace.

    4. Jeśli NIE chcesz, aby twoje prace zostały przeniesione, skontaktuj się z Drzwiami Otwartymi podając swój pseudonim i adres email z Wolf and Hound, abyśmy ich nie dodawali. (Prosimy o wpisanie "Wolf and Hound" w temat wiadomości.)
    Jeśli nie masz nic przeciwko temu, żeby zostały zachowane, ale nie chcesz, aby nadal zawierały twoje imię, również daj nam o tym znać — możemy osierocić twoje prace zamiast pozostawiać je do skasowania.

    Wszystkie prace zarchiwizowane w imieniu autora będą miały przypisane jego imię w nagłówku pracy. W trakcie importowania prac będziemy wysyłać powiadomienia mailowe na adresy związane z daną pracą. Kiedy zakończymy proces importowania, komisja Drzwi Otwartych zajmie się ustawieniem przekierowań URL i ostatecznie zamkniemy oryginalną stronę archiwum.

    Wszystkie zaimportowane prace będą dostępne do wglądu jedynie zalogowanym użytkownikom AO3. Kiedy przejmiesz swoje prace, możesz udostępnić je do oglądania przez wszystkich. Po 30 dniach wszystkie zaimportowane prace, który nie zostały przejęte przez autorów, zostaną ustawione jako widoczne dla odwiedzających.

    Jeśli nie masz już dostępu do konta mailowego związanego z kontem na The Wolf and Hound Archive, skontaktuj się z Drzwiami Otwartymi, a my ci pomożemy. (Jeśli publikowałaś/eś swoje prace w innym miejscu lub masz łatwy sposób na to, aby zweryfikować czy są twoje, to wspaniale. Jeśli nie, będziemy współpracować z archiwum aby potwierdzić twoje roszczenie.)

    Jeśli wciąż masz pytania...

    Jeżeli masz jeszcze jakieś pytania, odwiedź FAQ Drzwi Otwartych, skontaktuj się z komisją Drzwi Otwartych, lub zostaw komentarz pod tym postem, a my odpowiemy najszybciej jak to możliwe.

    Byłoby wspaniale gdyby fani pomogli nam zachować historię The Wolf and Hound Archive na Fanlore. Jeśli edytowanie wiki to dla ciebie nowość, nie przejmuj się! Sprawdź portal dla nowych odwiedzających, lub poproś Administratorów Fanlore o wskazówki.

    Bardzo się cieszymy, że możemy pomóc zachować The Wolf and Hound Archive!

    - drużyna Drzwi Otwartych

    Ten post został przetłumaczony przez wolontariuszy OTW. By dowiedzieć się więcej o naszej pracy, odwiedź stronę Komisji Tłumaczeń na transformativeworks.org.

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