Powerhouse Museum

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See here and here for general information about The Powerhouse Museum.

The Powerhouse Museum has become involved in free content through the release of many images, via flickr, with no known copyright restrictions. Various wiki editors have incorporated these images into various projects, and WMAU has had some contact with the museum with a view to working together, for example providing reports on image usage which may support momentum for further release of media :-)

This page is intended to centralise information concerning the possible relationships between the museum and the chapter, brainstorming and record keeping.

Current Image Usage

On the English Wikipedia

User:Privatemusings has uploaded several 'sets' of images from Flickr to Wikimedia Commons, and persuaded a friendly bot operator to create this list - comprising the images from two sets. This tool allows any editor to check the usage of images through all Wikimedia projects (you can paste the entire list by selecting 'bulk mode'), and this tool allows any editor to check individual article statistics.

In this initial stage, this manual process is one way of producing reports as to image usage, and traffic on wiki projects - if you have technical expertise and any ideas for the automation of such a process - please do get in touch!

Here are the results of running the list of images through the two tools.

  1. Art Gallery of New South Wales uses Art_Gallery_of_New_South_Wales_from_The_Powerhouse_Museum_Collection.jpg - 752 views in December 08, 1096 views in November 08
  2. Australian Museum uses The_(Australian)_Museum,_College_Street,_Sydney_from_The_Powerhouse_Museum_Collection.jpg
  3. Bodalla, New South Wales uses Dairy_herd,_Bodalla_from_The_Powerhouse_Museum_Collection.jpg
  4. Bourke, New South Wales uses Camel_caravan_Bourke_from_The_Powerhouse_Museum_Collection.jpg 848 views in Nov 08
  5. Burrawang, New South Wales uses Woolsorting_and_classing_at_the_shearing_sheds,_Burrawong,_New_South_Wales_from_The_Powerhouse_Museum_Collection.jpg
  6. Central railway station, Sydney uses Approach_to_Central_Railway_from_The_Powerhouse_Museum_Collection.jpg
  7. Dorrigo, New South Wales uses A_Dorrigo_homestead_from_The_Powerhouse_Museum_Collection.jpg
  8. Electoral district of Wollondilly uses Crossing_Wollondilly_River_from_The_Powerhouse_Museum_Collection.jpg
  9. General Post Office (Sydney) uses 2495796767_b43d64df71_General_Post_Office_Sydney_O.jpg
  10. George Street, Sydney uses George_Street,_Haymarket,_Sydney_from_The_Powerhouse_Museum_Collection.jpg
  11. Harvest uses Harvesting_from_The_Powerhouse_Museum_Collection.jpg
  12. Hay uses Building_a_wheatstack_from_The_Powerhouse_Museum_Collection.jpg
  13. Hereford (cattle) uses A_stud_Hereford_herd_from_The_Powerhouse_Museum_Collection.jpg
  14. History of Australia uses A_pioneer_settler_from_The_Powerhouse_Museum_Collection.jpg
  15. Hyde Park, Sydney uses Hyde_Park,_Sydney_from_The_Powerhouse_Museum_Collection.jpg , Hyde_Park_shady_walk,_Sydney_from_The_Powerhouse_Museum_Collection.jpg
  16. James Cook uses Statue_of_Captain_Cook,_Hyde_Park,_Sydney_from_The_Powerhouse_Museum_Collection.jpg
  17. King Street, Sydney uses King_Street,_Sydney,_looking_east_from_George_Street_from_The_Powerhouse_Museum_Collection.jpg
  18. Martin Place, Sydney uses Martin_Place_from_The_Powerhouse_Museum_Collection.jpg
  19. Pitt Street, Sydney uses Pitt_St,_Sydney_from_The_Powerhouse_Museum_Collection.jpg
  20. Plough uses Ploughing_match_from_The_Powerhouse_Museum_Collection.jpg , A_champion_ploughman_from_The_Powerhouse_Museum_Collection.jpg , Disc_ploughs_from_The_Powerhouse_Museum_Collection.jpg
  21. Queen Victoria Building uses Queen_Victorian_Markets_(now_Queen_Victoria_Building),_Sydney_from_The_Powerhouse_Museum_Collection.jpg
  22. Rabbit uses Australian_rabbiter,_NSW_from_The_Powerhouse_Museum_Collection.jpg
  23. Ridge and furrow uses Ploughing_match_from_The_Powerhouse_Museum_Collection.jpg
  24. Sawmill uses A_sawmill_in_the_interior_from_The_Powerhouse_Museum_Collection.jpg
  25. Sheepdog trial uses At_the_drafting_race_from_The_Powerhouse_Museum_Collection.jpg
  26. St. Andrew's Cathedral, Sydney uses Nave,_St._Andrew's_Cathedral,_Sydney,_(Looking_E)_from_The_Powerhouse_Museum_Collection.jpg , St_Andrew's_Cathedral_and_Town_Hall,_Sydney_from_The_Powerhouse_Museum_Collection.jpg
  27. Sydney Town Hall uses St_Andrew's_Cathedral_and_Town_Hall,_Sydney_from_The_Powerhouse_Museum_Collection.jpg
  28. The Rocks, New South Wales uses Princes_St_-_the_first_hotel_on_The_Rocks_from_The_Powerhouse_Museum_Collection.jpg , Argyle_Cut,_Sydney_from_The_Powerhouse_Museum_Collection.jpg
  29. Tram uses Electric_trams,_Brickfield_Hill,_Sydney_from_The_Powerhouse_Museum_Collection.jpg
  30. Wool uses Wool_sorting_from_The_Powerhouse_Museum_Collection.jpg
  31. Wool bale uses Pressing_wool_from_The_Powerhouse_Museum_Collection.jpg
  32. Wool classing uses Wool_classing_from_The_Powerhouse_Museum_Collection.jpg

In international Wikipedias

  • This article on Sydney uses a Powerhouse Image (I believe the language is Portuguese - but I'm not sure!)
  • This article about Bourke from the German Wikipedia uses a Powerhouse Image

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