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IA "Evacuation" of Public domain resources...Edit

See Commons:Village_pump/Proposals#Mass_"Evacuation"_copy_of_Public_domain_resources_from_Internet_Archive_to_Commons. IS this something one of your Bots could assist with, given the scripts F%C3%A6 was using to do User_talk:Fæ/CCE_volumes#Forks?

Category:Paintings with structured data missing P6243 propertyEdit

Hi Jarek, Category:Artworks with structured data missing P6243 property is a bit crowded and also has some issues. Can you update the template code to add Category:Paintings with structured data missing P6243 property when the target item is a painting? Than at least we can start clearing that one out. Multichill (talk) 19:21, 26 July 2020 (UTC)

  Done I added it but lets remove it once they are all done. --Jarekt (talk) 00:55, 27 July 2020 (UTC)
Great, thanks. Minor tweak: Please only file namespace. Multichill (talk) 08:17, 27 July 2020 (UTC)

Tech News: 2020-31Edit

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Tech News: 2020-32Edit

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Help with licences, please?Edit

HI Jarekt. I have uploaded several images from Flickr, by Newcastle Libraries. That institution states here that all its images are in the public domain. However they have used the wrong licence for this. In the case of pre-1923 images, on Commons I have replaced their PD-1 licence with PD-old-70-1923. However two of their images are post-1923 (File:017675-W.E. Harker Ltd Grainger Street Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1967.jpg and File:022218-Masons' Hall Grainger Street Central Newcastle Upon Tyne 1971.jpg). Since they have stated that their images are all in the public domain, can I replace their licence with something permissible, e.g. PD-by-2.0 as is often used on Flickr, or should I ring them and ask them to replace all their licences with something permissible - in which case, what? Or should I give up, accept the deletion and do nothing? I have replied on the deletion discussion pages - but I think that what I have said needs checking as I am not really sure of my ground. Thanks. Storye book (talk) 10:40, 4 August 2020 (UTC)