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Regarding the Vanguard America logo deletion
You recently deleted one of my uploads that I made for Vanguard America and their logo. I am a former member of Vanguard America of the Alabama Chapter. I am the one who designed the current website. I am the one who did create the new logo in which they use now.
- I am not an administrator, so I cannot delete files. I nominated File:Vanguard America Logo.png for deletion, but it has not been reviewed by an adminstrator yet. As it says in the template I added: "Appeal: If you disagree with this media file's speedy deletion, replace this tag with a regular deletion request." So, if you disagree with the nomination, the file can be discussed at COM:DR. Moreover, if you designed the logo as part of your "responsibilities" with the organization or as a "work-for-hire", then you may not own the "copyright" on the logo any longer. Are you willing to provide verification per COM:OTRS#Licensing images: when do I contact OTRS? so that the copyright ownership of the logo clarified?
- Finally, you also uploaded a number of other logos as "own work": File:Antipodeanm Resistance.png and File:National Actionm.png in particular appear to be the logos of en:Antipodean Resistance and en:National Action (UK) respectively. Did you create these logos as well? If so, OTRS verification is likely going to be needed for them as well. If not, then you shouldn't claim them as your "own work" since they are likely protected by copyright for the reasons given in COM:VP/C#File:National Actionm.png and COM:VP/C#File:Antipodeanm Resistance.png. -- Marchjuly (talk) 06:01, 6 November 2017 (UTC)