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What did you intend with this edit to this orphaned file File:Wright County Soils Color Coded for Native Vegetation Wiki Version.pdf? Perhaps a COM:FFD would be the best way to go if you want it deleted. Ww2censor (talk) 11:22, 5 January 2014 (UTC)

There are quite a few other files, maybe 20+, in Category:Media without a license: needs history check that you edited in a similar way. What do you want to do with them? Ww2censor (talk) 12:52, 5 January 2014 (UTC)

I followed WikiMedia Directions for deleting existing files by putting the word "Speedy" at the beginning, then stating the reason for the deletion request. The files that start with the word "Speedy" are files that I wish to have Deleted. User:Firry Floyd

Dear Ww2censor: I am trying to get (2 dozen?) or more files deleted and dont understand whatever code word acronym you suggested in attempts at deleting these files. I am very ignorant on alot of this Wikimedia lingo.
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- Steve Nelson (Firry Floyd) Author: Savanna Soils of Minnesota Handbook and Fieldguide --Firry Floyd (talk) 18:55, 5 January 2014 (UTC)
The acronym I left is actually a link (that's why it is blue and not just black text) and means "File For Deletion" but you will likely be better off using this link: Commons:Deletion requests/Mass deletion request. Just follow the instructions and list all the files with a reason and it will be discussed and closed by an admin. Hope that helps, otherwise just leave me a {{Talkback}} on my talk page, so we keep the whole discussion in one place. BTW don't put your email in posts for privacy concerns. Good luck. Ww2censor (talk) 19:18, 5 January 2014 (UTC)
O.K. I wont put in e-mail addresses. I only did that before because the previous editor Yann told me to hit the + sign on his page and the + sign was no where to be found, so I couldnt communicate back with him/her. I will try that mass deletion address, after making a wish list of those files needing deletion. Thanks. By all means, feel free to delete any files on Firry Floyd that begin with Speedy.
As I suggested you could have just dropped me a talkback instead of breaking up the discussion and posting on my talk page and then my replying here. It is just a pain. Anyway, just reply here because I am watching your talk page for now. The + sign is at the top middle of the page but some editors see a "+comment". A + takes up less space so experienced users may forget that you may not have set that in your preferences under "Gadgets". You can always find a user by clicking on their signature and most signatures have a second link to their talk page, or just entering their name in the URL instead of your own. The four tildes (like this ~~~~) does the signature for you and you should always sign your posts, but not your article edits. Hope that helps. Ww2censor (talk) 19:51, 5 January 2014 (UTC)
I just looked at directions for talkback and it will probably take me a week to understand all that gobbledy gook. I'm sorry Ive caused you so much misery. All Ive wanted to do is get some files deleted. I know very little of how all this Wikimedia stuff works.
First please stop posting on my talk page. I am watching this page. Secondly, always sign in when posting otherwise we don't know who you are, and thirdly, please sign your posts by using four tildes, like this ~~~~. For a Talkback just copy the tag that I added above exactly like this including the brackets {{talkback}} and then add an upright line and you user name, like this "|Firry Floyd". As you seem not to understand just forget it and post here.
No offence but if you can't fathom relatively simple things like talkback out, I suggest you just list all the files you want deleted ON THIS PAGE with a reason for deleting them and I'll do it for you.

I will list them on this page hopefully within the next week. Cannot understand what the tag is, that you're talking about (..." the tag that I added above"), but will make a list of files that are already identified and requested for deletion, by having the word "Speedy" in front. Firry Floyd--67.6.76.20 21:20, 5 January 2014 (UTC)

<Firry Floyd>Firry Floyd (talk) 23:02, 6 January 2014 (UTC)</Firry Floyd> request that you delete these Files,they were either updated with more information or the chart or legend was too small or not in line (poor layout). I will attach dates for reference: 11/7/13 Olmsted County Native Vegetation Wiki Version 11/7/13 McLeod County Native Vegetation Wiki Version 10-31-13 Roberts County South Dakota Pie Chart Wiki Version 10-29-13 Bottineau County North Dakota Native Vegetation Wiki Version 10-28-13 Sauk County Wisconsin Native Vegetation Wiki Version 10-20-13 Big Stone County Pie Chart Wiki Version 10-1-13 Douglas Co Native Vegetation Pie Chart Wiki Version 9-29-13 Waseca County Minnesota Native Vegetation Pie chart Wiki Version 8-22-13 Washburn County WI Native Vegetation Pie Chart Wiki Version 8-20-13 Le Sueur County Native Vegetation Pie Chart Wiki Version 8-20-13 Yellow Medicine County Native Vegetation Pie Chart Wiki Version 8-20-13 Otter Tail County Native Vegetation Pie Chart 8-16-13 Winona County Pie Chart Wiki Version 8-4-13 Olmsted Co Pie Chart Wiki Version 7-10-13 Hennepin co pie chart and soils info Wiki Version 6-24-13 Decatur County Iowa Pie Chart Wiki Version 6-24-13 Marshall County Pie Chart Wiki Version 6-23-13 Wadena County Pie Chart Wiki Version 6-23-13 Fillmore Co pie chart Wiki Version 6-22-13 Red Lake Co pie chart Wiki Version 6-22-13 Pennington Co pie chart Wiki Version 6-21-13 Steele Co pie chart Wiki Version 6-1-13 Todd County pie chart Wiki Version 5-31-13 Stearns Co. Pie Chart Wiki Version 4-19-13 Meeker County Pie Chart Wiki Version 4-19-13 Kandiyohi County Pie Chart Wiki Version 3-31-13 Chisago Co Native Vegetation pie chart Wiki Version 3-25-13 Sibley County MN Soils and Native Vegetation Info Wiki Version 3-25-13 McLeod County MN Soils and Native Vegetation Info Wiki Version 3-24-13 Carver County MN Soils and Native Vegetation Info Wiki Version 3-24-13 Wright County MN soils & Native Vegetation Info Wiki Version < 3-24-13 Olmsted Co Pie Chart Wiki Version

<Firry Floyd>Firry Floyd (talk) 23:02, 6 January 2014 (UTC)</Firry Floyd>

However, only an admin will actually delete them if the reason is good enough and time has been allowed for discussion. Ww2censor (talk) 20:29, 5 January 2014 (UTC)

Thank You. My reasons for updating these files is that I am giving more detailed information on Native Vegetation for counties in five states. Land owners and land managers will now be able to distinguish which types of savanna, prairie or forest soils are found in each county. The earlier pie charts were very general, whereas the updated ones give more details. Soil Scientists at the NRCS are constantly updating their soils information, somewhat similar to what Wikimedia does. This is the first time this native vegetation information has been available to anyone, even though these scientific facts have been available (but not assimilated into this form) for 80 years. Thank You very much for your help. I still cannot find on my keyboard the key that has the vertical line. User:Firry Floyd
Your lack of basic computer knowledge, or ability to follow very simple instructions, is rather frustrating for me but I will try to help for now. Try looking at a keyboard layout like this. Just below the "Backspace" (or "Delete" key on a Mac) and the "Enter" (or "Enter/Return" key on a Mac) key is "\" and shift \ = "|".
Actually I have been reviewing your uploads more closely and see that the images come from the USDA but you claim these image are your own work. So it seems you are falsely claiming authorship of the images belonging to others because I see they are attributed to the websurvey of the USDA. Prove me wrong. If you are the actual author of the images and work for the USDA then you must use the proper USDA copyright licence tag {{PD-USGov-USDA}} (check out the link for the copyright tag) and you should know that official US government work is in the public domain. You are expected to give full and accurate information for the files you upload, so any images you got from the USDA website must have the proper source URL of the page the images are linked from, not just the actual image's own URL. If those older images are USDA images then they will be properly licenced and not deleted because they are valid images but if you like you can still nominate them for deletion at Commons:Deletion requests/Mass deletion request with a reason per my information above. I don't suppose you will understand this but I am explaining in a long winded and simple a fashion as possible. Ww2censor (talk) 22:57, 6 January 2014 (UTC)
These Pie Charts and the Colored maps are my own work. I have the correct Citing statements given to me by Mike Walczynski at the NRCS in Duluth Minnesota. The pie charts are made up by myself by combining information from two sheets: NRCS' County Taxonomic Classification of the Soils Sheet, and County Acreage and Proportionate Extent of the Soils.

The pie charts do not represent Web Soil Survey maps so I only cite the Web Soil Survey basic information at bottom and date the information was accessed (bottom right).

The colored maps are created by myself, by putting colors to the different soil series numbers/codes, based on each soil series descriptions' native vegetation phrases. I turn words and number codes into colors, as the Web Soil Survey hasnt gotten to that point yet.

The colored maps have three things that the NRCS told me to put on them: 1 Citing the Web Soil Survey and date accessed, just like the pie charts 2. First of two NRCS disclaimers deals with map scale issues 3, Second of two disclaimers deals with use of the data from the Web Soil Survey.

Please look at one or more of MY colored maps and you will see all three of the pieces of information required from the NRCS regarding my use of their information. Accessed etc. is usually bottom right and the other two are usually to the left side, wherever they can fit.

I am going to scan the e-mail sent to me January 25, 2013 about these permissions, and send the attachment to you via e-mail.

Firry Floyd I have drafted a few pie charts with new language that Natural Resources Conservation Service sees as appropriate. Walczynski from their Duluth office knows the pie charts are not created by the NRCS, but by yours truly. How can I make the new Wiki Version Pie Charts available to you to inspect? Firry Floyd (talk) 00:21, 7 February 2014 (UTC)