Reason: I did not realize there was a demand for people to fill this role. I have been soliciting Flickr account users to allow their work to be used on Commons for some time, though with mixed success (some people just don't want their work given away for free, which is fine, of course). I had one particularly long interaction with a Flickr user over the license of his photo of a male peacock spider-- it took me weeks to finally get him to agree to a suitable license, but we got there (and the image is rare and gorgeous!). I feel that by now I am knowledgeable enough about licensing policy to be able to accurately review such images and to assist with the process. Please let me know whether or not you agree. Thank you for considering my request. KDS444 (talk) 00:51, 20 August 2014 (UTC)
Scheduled to end: 00:51, (UTC) (at least)
Done. No oppose after > 2 days. Alan(talk) 18:58, 22 August 2014 (UTC)
As a rough guideline, administrators usually require editors to have made between 1,000 and 1,500 useful non-botlike edits or a large amount of justified renaming requests at the Commons before they will consider granting the filemover right.
I think I'm a prolific uploader. Sometimes I make mistakes in my own uploads and I've to request other users to fix my errors through "rename template". I think I'm experienced enough to use this flag, besides, if I obtain it, I'll help renaming other user's files, since I'm perfectly aware of file renaming criterions.—Totemkin (talk) 17:42, 22 August 2014 (UTC)
Should my request be successful, I also ask that I be considered for Patroller & Rollback rights, because I could start to help in these areas.Totemkin (talk) 17:47, 22 August 2014 (UTC)