Bonjour, je souhaite changer la photo de la tombe de Nusch pour une photo plus récente (la tombe ayant été fleurie et nettoyée dernièrement), à la demande de la petite-fille d'Éluard. Je me permets d'effectuer le changement avec votre photo, en partant du principe qu'il n'est pas utile d'avoir deux photos différentes de la tombe. J'espère que ce changement vous conviendra.
Thank you so much for your many excellent sports photographs, especially those of French women's association football players. Please accept this barnstar as a small token of my appreciation. Photographers like you are a huge reason why Wikimedia Commons is such an amazing resource. Merci beaucoup! Michael Barera (talk) 19:35, 10 July 2014 (UTC)
Here is the 'cuisine barnstar' for you for your recent effort of introducing the Wikimedia community to fine and rare types of cheese. De728631 (talk) 22:54, 3 February 2016 (UTC)
Bonjour, pour info, la redirection que tu as créée ici "Sépulture de famille" vers "Sépulture de famille in the Père-Lachaise Cemetery" provoque des erreurs chez les bots qui la suivent : ici. Cordialement - Drongou (talk) 19:46, 9 January 2016 (UTC)
merci pour cette suppression ultra rapide. Petite question en passant :
- 1 - est-ce que tu crois que je peux utiliser ce procès verbal attendu qu'il est sorti d'archives cantonales (Genève) de 1943 - 2 - devant la foison de licences et possibilités je ne savais pas quoi choisir pour l'importer
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Hi! Because you say suggestions are welcome... did you consider some "athletics" events, like  or even ? I see for instance that 50 % of articles on triathletes lack an image (, same in French) and as many as 70 % with "Gymnasts" and "Track and field athletes" (). I don't know how many attend (and are approachable) at each competition but it should be "easy" to improve the situation, also because many of those events are not that crowded nor restrictive I think. Alternatively, who could be interested in such photo shooting, maybe with support from a chapter? Nemo 18:10, 8 July 2016 (UTC)
I see that AleXXw and Denis_Barthel are quite active in this category, they may be interested. Nemo 23:15, 8 July 2016 (UTC)
@Nemo: Thank you for those suggestions. I'm still very busy with the organisation of the first French WikiCon, but I hope to be back on sports fields in October. Pyb (talk) 12:03, 8 August 2016 (UTC)
Bonjour, votre photographie du cadran extérieur de Chartres est intitulée « horloge astronomique », mais ce n'est que le cadran d'une horloge ordinaire, l'horloge astronomique (récemment appelée « astrolabique ») étant à l'intérieur de la cathédrale. Pourriez-vous svp renommer votre image ?
Je viens de demander la suppression de plusieurs images.
Ces images proviennent du blog (non-officiel) de Radio Courtoisie, où elles sont mises au statut "licence libre", sans indication du nom du photographe. Cela ne me semble pas garantir que ce blog respecte le droit des auteurs.
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Salut C'est moi Panam2014. J'ai été victime d'une attaque personnelle de la part de compte tendance CAOU dont l'un est un banni de Wikipedia. J'ai alors fait une RA qui n'a pas été traitée et le banni est venu me harceler. Je crois que la RA n'a pas été traitée car les propos tenus sont en français. Par ailleurs on assiste aussi à une désorganisation depuis commons. J'ai des diff. Pourrait on parler ? Pourriez vous faire quelque chose ? Cordialement. --Panam2014 (talk) 10:49, 10 December 2016 (UTC)
for the nice photos of the Track EC :) --Nicola (talk) 12:12, 31 December 2016 (UTC)
Tombe d'Alexandre Liautard, cimetière du Père LachaiseEdit
Bonjour J'ai été très heureux de trouver cette excellente photo dont j'avais besoin pour l'article Wikipédia que j'écris sur Alexandre Liautard. Merci beaucoup, vraiment.--Darreenvt (talk) 14:47, 25 January 2017 (UTC)
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