Russavia, you recently categorized dozens of castles as vegetable. You added about 300 pictures of European castles and churches to the category of the Brazilian town Fortaleza. I just, once more, collected hundreds of edits while removing incorrect categories from your uploads, and there's still an awful lot more to be corrected. My guess is that at least 90 % of the categories you add need to be either deleted or corrected. I don't think it's clever to let stupid software categorize pictures. When you upload a load of similar pictures, isn't it possible to pick just one or two categories that fit them best? Please? --Sitacuisses (talk) 04:08, 24 July 2014 (UTC)
- I think the problem is checking "Automatically detect categories if none are given manually" in flickr2commons. Jee 05:07, 24 July 2014 (UTC)
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