Thank you for providing images to the commons. Please keep in mind that images and other files on the commons must be under a free license and should be usefull to the wikimedia projects. To allow others to use your files, some additional information must be given on the description page. Most importantly:
- Describe what it is about in a short sentence. (What does the image show?)
- State the author and the date of creation. If you made it yourself, say so explicitely.
- If you did not create the file yourself, state the source you got it from.
- Add a Copyright tag - images without a appropriate license tag will be deleted.
- Add the image to one or more gallery pages and/or appropriate Categories, so it can be found by others.
If you copied the file from another wiki, please copy all information given there and say who uploaded it to that wiki.
Please add as much information as possible. If there is not sufficient information, the file may have to be deleted.
For more Information, have a look at Commons:criteria for inclusion and the Community Portal. If you need help or have questions, please ask at the village pump. Thank you. -- Duesentrieb 23:31, 21 Mar 2005 (UTC)
Dear Af3, you uploaded Image:Francis Turbine Low flow.jpg and Image:Francis Turbine High flow.jpg and named the original uploader pud. Please be more carefull in finding out who did the pictures. This ist not a big deal now, but if if you name the original uploader wrong it is against GFDL. Nothing happened here, wish you a good night and much fun at wikipedia. Best regards -- Stahlkocher 21:17, 22 Mar 2005 (UTC)
- No problem! Greetings to spain! -- Stahlkocher 10:36, 26 Mar 2005 (UTC)
transfer to commonsEdit
Hey! While transfering images from local Wikipedias to Wikimedia Commons please pay attention to use the correct licence tags from the original uploader and to mention his name – otherwise it’s a violation of copyrights. Commons helper is a nice tool to automate image transfer – give it a try. Regards,
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Thank you for participating in Wiki Loves Earth 2015!
On behalf of the Wikipedia community and Wikimedia Spain, organizer of the Spanish edition of Wiki Loves Earth 2015, we want to say thank you for your participation, and especially for contributing your pictures to the free knowledge. Thanks to the participation of people like you, the contest has gathered thousands of pictures of natural heritage sites from 25 countries.
You can find all your uploaded pictures in your upload log, and you are of course very welcome to keep uploading images (WLE is still running) and hence help to develop Wikimedia Commons. Commons community meets in the Village Pump.
If you'd like to start editing relevant Wikipedia articles and share your knowledge with other people, please go to the Wikipedia Welcome page for more information, guidance, and help.
You are more than welcome to leave us a comment, suggestion or question. You can post them here.
Wiki Loves Earth Spain 2018 has started!Edit
As every year, Wiki Loves Earth in Spain, an international photographic contest about natural heritage sites in the Spanish territory, started on May 1st. On behalf of the Wikipedia community and Wikimedia España (WM-ES), and as a participant in former editions of the event, we'd like to encourage you to participate in the 2018 edition. We do know that you've been keen on contributing your work to the free knowledge in the past and therefore believe that you'll be glad to help us again to document biodiversity.
We look forward to your free images!
We take also the opportunity to invite you to Wiki Loves 2017 awards ceremony, which will take place on June 16th at 17:00 in the Medialab-Prado auditorium, in Madrid. Open entry until filled to capacity.