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Solicitud de no borradoEdit

Buen día Ritarisk: Usted me ha solicitado el borrado de la siguiente imagen https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Almagesto_Introduccióan_VIRGO.png la cuál he "recategorizado" con "Virgo Symbols". Por favor, no la borre dado que tiene bastantes links con el Almagesto que he subido a Wikisource. Muchas gracias por tu atención. Fernando T. de Gorocica 10:11, 11 November 2016 (UTC)

used rights of artworks from Katerina BelkinaEdit

Dear user Ritarisk. my name is Katerina Belkina. I am an visual artist and uploaded here on wikimedia on 5th April 2016 fife artworks in a small resolution. I am the author of this artworks. First of all I need to explain that this are digital artworks and not photos of some paintings. Now I found out that you exchanged my uploaded artworks to high resolution pictures. The problem is now that I provided the Creative-Commons license not for this size. Even when you think they have now a better quality. Also important is that the pictures that you uploaded are not photos made by you they are exactly my artworks that you was taken from my website. For this you need to have first of all the right. The Creative-Commons license give you a right to use this from me uploaded pictures or to modify them. So it means in other words you can open them with a photo program like Adobe Photoshop and resize them. But you used a complete other source. This isn't correct. I kindly ask you to delete your high resolution pictures from the database. If you see this different please write me your argumentation.

1. File: Katerina Belkina "Metro".jpg https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Katerina_Belkina_%22Metro%22.jpg - I upload on 5. Apr. 2016 in a size 525 × 400 (160 KB) - User Ritarisk uploaded on 30. Apr. 2016 a picture in the size 1.200 × 915 (571 KB) I disagree with this, because the user not explained from where he took the picture. For this high size never gave the Creative-Commons license.

2. File: Katerina Belkina "For Lempicka".jpg https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Katerina_Belkina_%22For_Lempicka%22.jpg - I upload on 5. Apr. 2016 in den Maßen 578 × 400 (171 KB) - User Ritarisk uploaded on 30. Apr. 2016 a picture in the size 1.445 × 1000 (717 KB) I disagree with this, because the user not explained from where he took the picture. For this high size never gave the Creative-Commons license.

3. File:Katerina Belkina "The Flight. Poezd".jpg https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Katerina_Belkina_%22The_Flight._Poezd%22.jpg - I upload on 5. Apr. 2016 in den Maßen 561 × 400 (158 KB) - User Ritarisk uploaded on 30. Apr. 2016 a picture in the size 1.200 × 856 (537 KB) I disagree with this, because the user not explained from where he took the picture. For this high size never gave the Creative-Commons license.

4. File:Katerina Belkina "The Sinner".jpg https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Katerina_Belkina_%22The_Sinner%22.jpg - I upload on 5. Apr. 2016 in den Maßen 575 × 400 (49 KB) - User Ritarisk uploaded on 30. Apr. 2016 a picture in the size 1.200 × 835 (101 KB) I disagree with this, because the user not explained from where he took the picture. For this high size never gave the Creative-Commons license.

5. File:Katerina Belkina "Red Moscow".jpg https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Katerina_Belkina_%22Red_Moscow%22.jpg - I upload on 5. Apr. 2016 in den Maßen 554 × 400 (193 KB) - User Ritarisk uploaded on 30. Apr. 2016 a picture in the size 1.200 × 866 (630 KB) I disagree with this, because the user not explained from where he took the picture. For this high size never gave the Creative-Commons license.

--Katerina Belkina (talk) 12:36, 18 December 2016 (UTC)


Dear user Ritarisk. Maybe you recognised here is today a hot discussion about your uploaded pictures of Katerina Belkina running. And different people are changing always between the small resolution pictures from the author (me) and your high resolution pictures. To say the truth I am as an author have absolute a problem with the fact that you uploaded the high resolution files. Is it possible to delete your high resolution files totally from the wikimedia database? Please let me know about this soon. Kind regards Katerina Belkina --Katerina Belkina (talk) 15:23, 18 December 2016 (UTC)


deletion request I as the autor of the following artworks announce with this lines here a deletion request for the pictures that the Wikipedia user Ritarisk uploaded in the high resolution 1. File: Katerina Belkina "Metro".jpg in the size 1.200 × 915 (571 KB) 2. File: Katerina Belkina "For Lempicka".jpg in the size 1.445 × 1000 (717 KB) 3. File:Katerina Belkina "The Flight. Poezd".jpg in the size 1.200 × 856 (537 KB) 4. File:Katerina Belkina "The Sinner".jpg in the size 1.200 × 835 (101 KB) 5. File:Katerina Belkina "Red Moscow".jpg in the size 1.200 × 866 (630 KB) Because he just uploaded it with his note that its in a better resolution but no further informations about the used rights, permission, download source (website or camera) that he used and where. --Katerina Belkina (talk) 23:31, 18 December 2016 (UTC)

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