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Stora torget i Visby. #almedalen 
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This is just awesome!
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During the Wikimedia Hackathon in Lyon, further steps were taken to make an extension for Open Badges on MediaWiki a reality.
Open Badges are new digital credentials that can recognize an editor's achievements on a variety of websites. Wikipedia barnstars are a great way to engage our contributors, but perhaps we could take them to a new level? Image by Isha, freely licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0.
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Are you into #infovis  or #dataviz ? Do take a look at the Wikidata Visualization Challenge. http://wvc.se
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Lite om +Wikimedia Sverige s arbete med #openbadges
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New digital badges recognize Swedish students and teachers who contribute to Wikipedia, in a new educational program led by Wikimedia Sverige. Editing Wikipedia counts as learning!
This new badge acknowledges the skills and contributions of students and teachers using Wikipedia, in a new education program led by Wikimedia Sverige. Pilot badge logo by Sara Mörtsell, licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0. See below for Wikipedia and Wikimedia logo license and trademark credits.
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Fundraising drive 2015

https://blog.openstreetmap.org/2015/06/06/fundraising-drive-2015/

It’s upgrade time! OpenStreetMap is growing, servers are projected to hit capacity by mid 2015. OpenStreetMap is a global community of dedicated and resourceful people, giving their time to make the best map of the world. Those mappers’ contributions are the largest part of the project. However, contributors need infrastructure such as a repository to share their contributions and services that help them make the map and talk to each other. We are raising funds to keep these services running and improve them, so that everyone else can continue making an amazing map.

The Operations Working Group of the OpenStreetMap Foundation manage the core servers of OpenStreetMap and plan server upgrades to scale for our growing community. They make purchasing decisions around server hardware with the budget they have available. With your help, we can continue to grow the OpenStreetMap infrastructure to support the growth of the community and map. See the FAQ for some answers to frequently-asked questions, or get in touch to start a discussion.
What else can we do to support OpenStreetMap?

Join us! Aside from funds to upgrade our hardware what we need most are people. Whatever your background – technical or not – you can help OpenStreetMap. Here are just a few of the many possible ways to get more involved:
For individuals:

If you have contributed data to OpenStreetMap, or time to helping organise mapping activities: thank you for everything you’ve already done!
OpenStreetMap only survives because of the work put in by thousands of hard-working and selfless volunteer contributors. If you are one of these people, then you are already doing a great thing for the project.

If you would like to do more, then you can:

 - Join the Foundation and support the body which supports (but doesn’t control) the project. By being a part of the Foundation, your voice can be heard in discussions about how the Foundation is run.
 - Join a Working Group and give your time to solving those issues which require greater commitment. Being on a Working Group, as the name suggests, is hard work and requires diligence, but can make a huge difference to the project.
 - Donate money to the hardware funding drive. Whatever you can spare will be gratefully received and put towards hardware which is necessary for the continued growth and success of the project.

For companies:

Whether you use OpenStreetMap data in your products and services, or are just interested in helping, corporate sponsorship of OpenStreetMap events and hardware helps the project to keep going and be inclusive.

If your company would like to help the project grow and succeed, then you can:

 - Join the Foundation as a corporate member. Your support of the Foundation will be greatly appreciated and publicly lauded.
 - Donate time. Some of your employees might jump at the chance to be more involved with OSM, so why not give them a “20% time” to join a Working Group or contribute time to a project which helps OSM?
 - Donate money to the hardware funding drive. Any contribution will help and is gratefully received.
It's upgrade time! OpenStreetMap is growing, servers are projected to hit capacity by mid 2015. OpenStreetMap is a global community of dedicated and resourceful people, giving their time to make the best map of the world. Those mappers' contributions are the largest part of the project.
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The European Union is discussing important issues that can impact Wikimedia projects, such as net neutrality regulation, a new data protection law and a major copyright reform. Wikimedia Sverige created an overview of relevant proposals and invites you to help prioritize them.
The European Union is discussing important issues that can impact Wikimedia projects, such as net neutrality regulation, a new data protection law and a major copyright reform. Wikimedia Sweden has created an overview of relevant proposals. Photo by JLogan, public domain.
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Jag var med i detta idag. 
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Att det offentliga rummet flyttar ut på internet skapar starka motsättningar i konstvärlden. Ett ärende som nu är uppe för prövning i Högsta domstolen ska avgöra om offentlig konst får publiceras fritt i framtiden.
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Sen.. Det finns mycket konst som man överhuvudtaget inte fattar varför det kan kallad konst.. Det verkar snarare vara så att om man kallar sig konstnär så är allt man gör konst.. 
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Nya spännande grejer i detta månadsbrev!
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