dear Pyb, I wanted to give you a barnstar for "Hello, I saw your message on the Village pump. I'll help you": it is the best ever message I read on a talk page. Great formulation and great meaning. The problem of barnstars is that I never know which one to pick, if it's the right one (well, I do like only The Original Barnstar) and if people will actually appreciate it or it's not appropriate. So, please just accept my thank you!
I included the artwork page in the description of the images (I think it better acknowledges the credits/attribution and provides useful information for people who land there). here is the status of the articles related to public art in Douala Commons:Culture and Safety in Africa/Douala. I am not sure this is something possible, users like. but I think it is important (and actually necessary) to provide the information not only about the author of the image but also about the artist who made the artwork.
Please let me know if you have examples of other way of working or suggestions. best, --iopensa (talk) 11:53, 26 June 2013 (UTC)
If i understand correctly the template object works better for
it is already more used (probably better also for the future of Wikidata)
we can include it in categories and articles?
the transfer of the information from the templates artwork to this template should not be too complicated
the only problem is see is that we have to put the data in all photos and we can not simply update an artwork description which changes automatically in all pages. this is a pretty big problem considering the number of images and the limited number of artworks (the artwork description also includes references and the artwork history, which is quite cool and appropriate).
do i get it correctly? I am good with it but it would be great if we can have one page for each artwork to update rather than different info for each image. what do you think? thanks, --iopensa (talk) 12:45, 26 June 2013 (UTC)
Support F4 is little, but the result is very good IMO: The player who is being caught is the only focused: The focus emphasizes the action. Only I have doubts because the image is very close, or tight--Lmbuga 18:42, 7 August 2013 (UTC)
Salut, Pyb. At en:Guy Huygens we have just uncovered a case of persistent sockpuppetry and copyright infringements. A bunch of user with names including variants of "Frank" have edited the article and introduced text that was merely paraphrasing of this website. It has now been pointed out to me that the French Wikipedia article, fr:Guy Huygens appears to suffer from the same sort of problems. There are numerous "Franks" in the edit history, and the article itself looks quite similar to this. So, when I saw you were active over here I thought I'd leave you a note about it. Regards, De728631 (talk) 19:35, 20 August 2013 (UTC)
Thx. Message transferred on the Admin noticeboard. Pyb (talk) 06:30, 22 August 2013 (UTC)
Bonjour, merci pour tes images de la rencontre. Je me suis permis d'ajouter les effectifs pour pouvoir m'y retrouver plus facilement et créer les catégories des joueuses par la suite. --El Funcionario (talk) 22:23, 21 August 2013 (UTC)
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