User talk:Magog the Ogre
Disco d'oro .jpgEdit
Thanks a lot Magog the Ogre, I asked permission to publish this image at firstname.lastname@example.org. Saying that the file I inherited from my father Roberto Michelucci, who had received it from the Philips record label, which now has not existed for many years, giving him the power to do what he wanted, including the publication in the image . Now I do not really know what kind of copyright I can put on, unfortunately I do not have the specific knowledge for this operation. A warm greeting, Stefantonio — Preceding unsigned comment added by Stefantonio (talk • contribs) 22:35, 20 April 2017 (UTC)
- The file in oggetto: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/archive/c/c5/20170417101434%21Disco-d%27oro.jpg
- It should be deleted because it does not have the dimensions I wanted, and now it's useless,
- Dear Magog, I'm sorry to disturb you yet, but this operation is terribly complicated for me, can you do it for me?
- Please do not get angry, I'm a helpless in these things ... Forgive me.
- Stefantonio — Preceding unsigned comment added by Stefantonio (talk • contribs) 22:49, 20 April 2017 (UTC)
"literally a 10 second search on Google Images"Edit
Hi Magog, I've noticed your comment in here. Honestly, I'm not able to see the point. The image was transferred here without properly checking the source. It was tagged as "no source" as it didn't have a valid source. Fastily was warned for him to fix his flawed upload. In spite of that, you removed the notice (unproperly I should say) without providing a valid source. You eventually found the source and fixed the description. Fine. But I'd like to understand whether you think it's up to me and not to the uploader to fix his flawed uploads. I have literally hundred of careless uploads by FastilyClone to review and, honestly, it's not my responsibility to fix their mistakes. If you wish to do it, it's find, but please, use a wording that doesn't seem to put the blame on me and not on the uploader (the actual responsible of providing accurate source information for his updates). Best regards --Discasto talk 09:13, 26 April 2017 (UTC)
OTRS email not processed, it seemsEdit
Hi! I'm just contacting you in your official capacity as a Random Commons Admin. Some permissions emails sent a month ago to OTRS don't seem to have been processed. There were two separate emails, and in one case I received a CC, so I'm certain that one was sent, and I have every confidence the other was as well. Is there some way to track this down? I'd rather not bother the senders again.
Email #1 (April 5, 2017) came from email@example.com :
Email #2 (April 4, 2017) came from firstname.lastname@example.org :