User talk:Remember the dot/Archive/2009
Closing deletion discussions
I'm not familiar with how it works on Commons, but is it appropriate to close a discussion you participated in? I favored deletion as well, but it seems to be unorthodox for an admin to express an opinion and then close it. Enigmaman (talk) 02:05, 5 February 2009 (UTC)
- Good to hear from you! If I were in that position, I wouldn't have closed the discussion after commenting. —Remember the dot (talk) 18:37, 6 February 2009 (UTC)
Hi Remember the dot, the issue with decapitalization in certain languages seems to be fixed, at least the software-provided CSS script looks pretty much like the one on this page. Is it safe to delete this now? Regards, -- ChrisiPK (Talk|Contribs) 08:09, 27 May 2009 (UTC)
- I'm afraid it won't be properly fixed until the revision shown at Special:Version is 49373 or later :-( —Remember the dot (talk) 05:56, 3 June 2009 (UTC)
Dear Remember the dot/Archive/2009. I am writing to you to inform you that you are in danger of losing your adminship on Commons because of inactivity.
If you want to keep your adminship, you need both to sign at Commons:Administrators/Inactivity section within 30 days of today's date, and also to make at least five further admin actions in the following six months. Anyone who does not do so will automatically lose administrator rights.
You can read the de-admin policy at Commons:Administrators/De-adminship.
Today in images
Hello Remember the dot,
I would like to inform you that you lost your adminship here on Commons because you didn't signed the Commons:Administrators/Inactivity_section/Aug-Sep_2009, You're welcome to apply for adminship again in the normal way when you have more time for work on Commons again.
I would like to say that I'm deeply thankful for all the hard work you've done here on Commons, and I'm sure the complete communety agrees with me on this. I would love to see you again as active user, or administrator on Commons in the future.
Copyright status of national anthem
Are you sure that your uploaded file is in public domain? Because as I know, the author of Vietnamese anthem was dead in 1995 and Vietnamese IP law doesn't have any provision which tells "the anthem is not protected by this law". Tân (talk) 09:38, 17 September 2009 (UTC)