Discussion involving one of your photosEdit
Mit der Koordinatenvorlage gibt es zurzeit ein unbekanntes Problem: Commons:Administrators'_noticeboard#Broken_location_template. Bitte das "Abrunden" unterlassen, es hat wohl nichts mit dem Bug zu tun, führt aber evtl. zu falschen Positionsangaben. Danke --A.Savin 22:17, 1 May 2013 (UTC)
Cefaly-migraine.jpg > speedy deletion ??Edit
Could you explain why you marked this : File:Cefaly-migraine.jpg has been marked as a possible copyright violation. ? This file is ours and we share it with a Creative Commons. do you think i need to adapt the CC conditions for this file ?
--Ost (talk) 15:10, 11 June 2013 (UTC)
- pretty easily explained: Did you personally press the button of the camera? Most likely you did not. The person who took the picture is unsually the rightful owner of the picture. You (or your company) may have a permission to use this picture. However, did the owner agree that you share the picture unter a free license? As a consequence, everybody in the world may use this picture for free (even commercially), i.e. there will be no further royalties for the photographer. Did you consider this? In order to use the pic on Commons, you need to declare that you own the right to allow a free use of this picture, see COM:OTRS for further details. Regards, -- Wo st 01 (talk / cont) 16:46, 11 June 2013 (UTC)
Well… next time it will be better to first ask explaination and avoid the speed deletion mark !
Because, now the file is already gone. We actually have the complete rights on this picture. It's a picture destined to a broadband diffusion. So yes we can choose to distribute a low res version for free use on Wikipedia. It is up to us to decide what we can do with it. We didn't knew the way to declare the rights. I will take a look later.
Did you consider this before putting speed deletion mark on it ?
--Ost (talk) 10:05, 12 June 2013 (UTC)
- Yes, I did consider this, knowing a deletion can be reversed. But thsi is the wrong question: Did you consider reading about how to license images before uploading the picture? -- Wo st 01 (talk / cont) 10:39, 12 June 2013 (UTC)
Thanck you for your answer
Ok, I read about how to license images. But as I told, I'm not sure to be entirely consistent on that matter. I need to find out and to discuss or take advice on this point. And i need the time to do so ... The deletion was immediate (less than 24h), I have not even had time to check and take corrective action. It was under a Creative Commons licence and we own the rights on the original picture. The picture was in place since January 2011 with no problem. I followed the same procedure as for my own contributions, for example: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Ov-beaune-hotel-dieu.jpg
It is not the only bad question, if you like the right question ! Another good question is why no one give us time to complete a constructive discussion on the file's page before the immediate deletion ?
--Ost (talk) 11:31, 12 June 2013 (UTC)
Hallo Wo st 01. Könntest du bitte deine Vorlage so ändern, dass keines deiner Bilder in Category:Template:en with no text displayed landet? Aktuell ist beispielsweise File:2010-06-11 Bo105 D-HTDM EDDB 01.jpg dort drin. --Leyo 16:09, 2 July 2013 (UTC)
- Hallo Leyo, danke für die Info. Das ist mir gar nicht aufgefallen. Ich habe jetzt mal etwas geändert, kann allerdings nicht einschätzen, ob es das Problem behoben hat. Gruß, -- Wo st 01 (talk / cont) 19:03, 2 July 2013 (UTC)
- Die Änderung an der Vorlage hat anscheinend nichts gebracht, wohl aber die Änderung an der Bildseite selbst. Weshalb dort nicht „n/a“ angezeigt wurde/wird, verstehe ich nicht. --Leyo 21:37, 2 July 2013 (UTC)