WMF Associate General Counsel Jacob Rogers posted the following on the Wikimedia-l mailing list:
As part of this update, we are also happy to announce that the project license has been upgraded to CC BY-SA 4.0! Technical work has already started on this change.
I’d like to extend one last thank you to everyone who participated in the conversation to help us complete this update to serve the community and the projects going forward!
https://foundation.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Policy_talk:Terms_of_Use&diff=prev&oldid=260916 and https://foundation.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Policy_talk:Terms_of_Use&diff=prev&oldid=261297
-- Jacob Rogers
Associate General Counsel
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Last month, the Museum of Northern California Art in Chico, California, concluded what has been described as "the first solo museum exhibition of a Wikipedia photographer." Titled "Northern California on Wikipedia", it featured photos by User:Frank Schulenburg (also known as the owner of the "Wikiphotographer" website and as the Executive Director of the Wiki Education Foundation), taken between 2012 and 2023.
Above: Frank Schulenburg discussing one of pictures featured in the exhibition, File:Old Crissy Field Coast Guard Station in the fog (December 2015).jpg (below, also a featured picture on Wikimedia Commons)