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Photos from Vietnam
Hi Dragfyre, I am trying to find photographers who might be able to help me with photos from Vietnam that I require for a range of articles. You can see the list at en:User:Russavia/Required_photos#.C2.A0Vietnam. Is there any possibility you can help with these? Any help appreciated. Cheers, russavia (talk) 07:19, 27 August 2011 (UTC)
- Hmmm, I could possibly get a better picture of the Danang Consulate, since I'm in that city right now. I was in Hanoi last week and could've taken pics there if I'd known. As for Ho Chi Minh City, I'm going there next month but I'll probably be too busy to go around much. Apart from that, I won't be able to contribute much more until next year. Sorry I can't help more than that! --Dragfyre (talk) 09:20, 27 August 2011 (UTC)
Thap Doi lingam
Hello Dragfyre: would you allow me to use the picture "Thap Doi Lingam" in a writing that is initially licensed under CC Attribution, no commercial and no derivatives? The writing develops a concept, a little similar to the I-Ching, but different in nature, and until the concept is not fully developed I don't want derivatives that will provide different interpretations to what I am trying to do and thus confuse everyone. Once it is fully developed then I will open it to derivatives. Furthermore, it has the condition of non-commercial, because my intention is to use all the proceedings to social and environmental projects. This two commitment are made clear in the document, under the CC licence. I look forward to your reply.Thanks.
- Hi-- yes, for the sole purpose of the writing in question, you may use either File:Thap Doi lingam pedestal detail.JPG or File:Thap Doi lingam side.JPG with either the Creative Commons license BY-NC-ND and/or BY-NC-SA (the 3.0 versions of each license are linked, but you may use whichever version of either license you prefer). I'll leave another message to point this out on your talk page; thanks for asking. --Dragfyre (talk) 06:43, 9 March 2012 (UTC)
Thank, you Dragfyre. Let me know if you wish me to attribute it to any name other than the dragon of fire (DragFyre).