I would be more than happy to move the file to File:MossyCloseup42.jpg. The title just seems to be a bit vague. Would File:de Havilland DH.98 Mosquito closeup 1942 IWM C 3304.jpg be an acceptable name? Alpha_Quadrant (talk) 20:13, 21 December 2011 (UTC)
- hi and thaks for your reply; normally it'd be a perfect name i'd prefer over maybe anything else incl my proposition but take a look at Category:De Havilland Mosquito, if we use the short name i given, it will fit in the series and will be easily found in the alphabethical order of the cat. this helps ppl browsing. also, it defo sounds vague (sadly, maybe should've been less lazy at uploading all of them tho tbh im fine with 'em), but less for the iwm number it is not vaguer in the info it contains. so the most acceptable for me is still the short one i proposed. if you really fond of adding IWM C 3304 to the end of it then i wouldnt mind that (terribly;)), tho for the nonclicker it doesnt matter and the clicker sees it in the infopage (before realizing this i too liked having iwm, awm, bundesarchiv etc in filenames but not anymore especially with the massive (sometimes complete) uploads of nowadays from such sources)--Aaa3-other (talk) 20:27, 21 December 2011 (UTC)
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