User talk:Corvus5

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File:Ultrastar 070beta 01 440.jpg[edit]

Hello. You have uploaded a screenshot but didn't specify a license (which is necessary).

For free screenshots of free software (so they are derivatives of only free works), it may look like this: {{Free screenshot|{{GPL}}}}, which means GPLv2+. More GPL tags can be found in Category:License tags share-alike.

Also, if you are the author of the screenshot, and know who the authors of the original works (icons et al) are, and all of the works are free, you shouldn't say "found the image on Google or a random website".

--AVRS (talk) 12:31, 22 October 2009 (UTC)

Deleted files can be easily undeleted by administrators (you can ask for that here). There is no need to upload them again (files are usually not actually deleted but only hidden from non-administrators).

I have renamed the newly uploaded copy into Image:UltraStar 070beta 01 440.jpg, so the name says what the image is about.

Thanks.

--AVRS (talk) 21:09, 2 November 2009 (UTC)