[pp.int.general] SOPA - Should we go on blackout strike?
squig at dfpx.de
Mon Jan 16 14:33:19 CET 2012
@ Mozart: I think your best bet is to write a generic message and then add
sites that black out on Wednesday. If you want to put it out already, it
looks like Reddit and a big number of smaller sides said yes already,
Wikipedia is leaning very heavily in favor of it, and nobody knows what
Google and Facebook will do. You could of course also touch upon people
making their avatars and profile picks black, and urge people to do that.
It may be a good idea to prepare a pad to gather all information, to make
it easier to put a press statement out and update it for each PP, instead
of everybody doing the same work over and over again. Lennstar, do you have
contact to PPDE's press team?
On Mon, Jan 16, 2012 at 2:05 PM, Pirat at LennStar.de <pirat at lennstar.de>wrote:
> I think 150 seconds mean
> that "stopsopa standard" page is there for 150 seconds and then you can
> access the normal page.
> The PP Germany Press is also cooking something I have been told.
> Am 16.01.2012 13:52, schrieb Pat Maechler aka Valio:
> > The site sopastrike.com now suggests "AT 8AM WEDNESDAY, PUT THIS ON
> YOUR SITE."
> > What is contradictory: sopastrike.com suggests 12 hours; the linked
> > site only suggests 150 seconds
> > http://americancensorship.org/modal/sopastrikeoverlay.html
> > BTW: The Swiss pirates have already been covered on the story in a
> > national newspaper
> > i.e. it's a good opportunity for media coverage for pirates as well.
> > fair winds
> > -pat
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