User talk:Mike Peel
Licensing a photograph of yours for commercial catalogEdit
Hello Mike Peel, I am representing an advertising agency in Taiwan that provide advertising and marketing communication works for our clients. we would like to use one of your photos (https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Westfield_London.jpg) from the wikipedia to be printed (with some alterations on contrast and colors only) on one of our client's corporate catalog. The reason we choose this photo is because, according to our client, their product were used as building materials for this particular building. Their product is porcelain tiles. So this building is one of their successful cases. Please let me know if you have any objections on us using your photo for this purpose.
Notification about possible deletionEdit
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Structured Commons focus group update, December 11, 2017Edit
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- We received many additions to the spreadsheet that collects important Commons and Wikidata tools. Thank you! Now, you can participate in a survey that helps us understand and prioritize which tools and functionalities are most important for the Wikimedia Commons and Wikidata communities. The survey runs until December 22. Here's some background.
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