Upload copy: *Upload page Add your photos, videos and tweets about the Amazon to the Mozilla Virtual Park. Upload a photo [button text] Photo name: Upload from your computer (file size limit?) Insert an image from another web site (never use artwork/logos/photography that you do not have the legal rights to use) Your name Your website Uploaded content will be moderated. Please do not upload anything that contains provocative or offensive content as it will not be approved to be included in the virtual park. Upload a video [button text] Photo name: Share video from another web site (please only share video you have permission to share) Your name Your website Tweet timeline See all the tweets about the Mozilla Virtual park and where to find them in the park. Add your own tweet to the park by using the #mozpark hashtag *Uploaded page DONE (thank you for uploading, add a donation promo) Thank you for uploading your photos or videos to the virtual park. Your submission is in the review queue and should be approved and live in the park soon. If you have any questions about this, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Download a banner copy: Support the Mozilla Virtual Park by sharing a banner on your blog or website. Click a button for the HTML code and more information. Copy the source code below and paste it anywhere on your website or blog. For information on how to embed a banner, please visit: http://www.spreadfirefox.com/add-firefox-banner-signature
Revised copy for Uploaded page (bad cut and paste) *Uploaded page Thank you for uploading your photos or videos to the virtual park. Your submission is in the review queue and should be approved and live in the park soon. Mozilla community is raising $25,000 to support WWF's conservation efforts in the Amazon, and to help them harness open web technology to keep places like Tumucumaque protected and diverse. Do your part today and donate [http://www.mozilla.org/parks/tumucumaque/] If you have any questions about this, please contact us at email@example.com.
Chelsea, I don't see any of the legal text from bug 604104 in here, but maybe I missed it? Instead of setting up a firstname.lastname@example.org email address, I'd recommend pointing people to the existing mozilla.org/contact page instead of setting up a new address due to having to moderate a lot of spam. Basically any new address we set up gets targeted by spammers and it's a pain to deal with, so better to use existing channels IMO. Daisuke, Chelsea and I had talked about adding one more sub-page to have a place for people to pick up banners for their site. Is this something we could add a link to in the nav at the bottom of the page?
I didn't include it. Please feel free to add it wherever you think it fits best. In terms of which channel, you should specify which channel they should use then and list that alias there. I understand avoiding spam, but that has to be balanced with being accessible.
Re the legal copy and the contact email, I'll tweak the copy for those pages and will add as attachments.
Note that the site went live but we didn't include some of these sub-pages on it since the scope changed a bit. I'll leave this bug open in case we want to add any of these pages in later phases.
Program has been closed for now. We can reopen if Parks spins up again.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 7 years ago
Resolution: --- → WORKSFORME
Component: www.mozilla.org → General
Product: Websites → www.mozilla.org
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