Gostaria muito de entrar em contato com Vladimir para que fizesse o grande favor de corrigir o nome da Fazenda para Paraizo (com “z”) e poder contar a ele que o dono dessa Fazenda está, desde 1999, tentando torná-la autossustentável. Procura uma empresa que invista na restauração da antiga Casa Sede (no Panoramio, “link” abaixo, há fotos pungentes da situação do interior dela e também fotos externas) a fim de que se torne um espaço para fins sociais, por exemplo, para formação de artesãos dentre jovens carentes de Itu-SP e região. Apenas (e não é pouca coisa) a antiga Casa Sede necessita desses recursos: o entorno está todo restaurado e preservado.

Não me inscrevi para poder comentar com Vladimir no “Panoramio”.  Por esse motivo estou fazendo o apelo por meio desta postagem.

Se Vladimir quiser entrar em contato comigo por meio desta postagem, prometo não divulgar o endereço eletrônico dele a não ser que permita isso.

Panoramio – Photos by vladimir1966 > Itu.

Não sei se Vladimir, autor das fotos do casarão (antiga Casa-Sede da Fazenda Paraizo em Itu – SP) já migrou com elas para outro endereço.

O “link” acima não pode mais ser acessado, por este motivo:

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The End Is Near For Panoramio, Google To Migrate Photos To Google Maps Views

Google actively working to make sure Views “Supports the needs of the community.”

Amy Gesenhues on September 18, 2014 at 10:14 am

 

Googler Evan Rapoport announced this week that Google would be closing Panoramio, the geolocation photo site that lets users upload photos to Google Maps and Google Earth.
In place of Panoramio, Google will be migrating photos to its Google Maps Views platform. In an interview with CNET, Rapoport said Panoramio didn’t have a wide enough selection of photos.

“We need to be able to share more than just photos of landscapes and seascapes,”Rapoport told CNET, “Panoramio has done an amazing job, but we need to broaden that.”

Google did not give a definitive date for when Panoramio will close, but did claim it will make sure, “Views reaches a level of feature maturity that supports the needs of the community.” Rapoport admitted Views hasn’t reached that point yet, and that Google is actively working to address problems currently being reported.

According to this Google Product Forum, users currently are having issues with their photos not uploading to Views or being shared in Google Maps. After a Google Community Manager started the forum to announce photos with locations that are shared publicly on Google+ will appear in Views, one user reported photos not showing up.

Another user claimed, “I’ve published several images over the past couple of weeks but they haven’t shown up on the map at all.” Other users commented on their concern over photos they have uploaded to their Google+ account that include locations being shared on Google Maps when they don’t want them there.

Since the original post by the Google Community Manager last Friday, there has not been any responses to user comments and questions.

http://searchengineland.com/end-near-panoramio-google-migrate-photos-views-203543