User talk:Sarefo/Archive 2006

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Kategorisierung[edit]

Hallo Sarefo, ich habe gesehen, dass du viele schöne Fotos hochgeladen und einige kategorisiert hast. :-) Besser wäre es, einen Artikel anzulegen, in diesem die Bilder als Galerie zu verlinken und den Artikel zu kategorisieren. Das hat verschiedene Vorteile: Falls die Fotos einer Art in eine andere Kategorie sollen, muss nur im Art-Artikel geändert werden. Die Kategorie öffnet schneller, da keine Bilder geladen werden müssen. Eine Bitte habe ich: den Kategoriebaum bitte flach halten, sonst wird es schnell unübersichtlich. Ich ändere es mal in den category:Pentatomidae entsprechend. Sag Bescheid, falls du Hilfe brauchst. Viele Grüße und ein schönes Wochenende, --Olei 08:15, 21 April 2006 (UTC)

Some correctings[edit]

btw, thanks for your uploading them. Some are used in ja. --Ons 12:11, 16 June 2006 (UTC)

thx for the info, i changed it. Sarefo 11:08, 2 July 2006 (UTC)

Image Tagging Image:Clidemia.hirta.leaves.jpg[edit]

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oops, forgot the public domain tag. thx :) Sarefo 11:08, 2 July 2006 (UTC)

Image:Oarces reticulatus - Mimetidae (Jeremy Miller).jpg[edit]

Please tag this image too. --Panther 12:17, 20 July 2006 (UTC)

thx, i forgot to enter a license with this one. --Sarefo 16:17, 20 July 2006 (UTC)

I think so, and didn't sent any wery-wery strong warnings ;) --Panther 18:56, 20 July 2006 (UTC)

Huntsman spiders[edit]

The map you drew on Huntsman spiders I believe is off. I've been finding them in my grandmother's house in Oklahoma very often, and a few times in my mother's house. I don't think they stay south of the U.S. I am unsure of what areas other than Oklahoma that they reside though. - Anonymous

yes, these maps are screamingly incorrect. for the most part, they are drawn 'by country'. if i get better info, i will replace them. i changed the sparassidae map to fit your information. thanks :) --Sarefo 01:43, 14 August 2006 (UTC)

Image:Camponotus.sericeiventris.lateral.svg[edit]

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Image:Distribution.antrodiaetidae.1.png[edit]

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Removing categories[edit]

Do you have a reason for doing this? — Omegatron 13:17, 28 August 2006 (UTC)

yes: i collected all these images from the same series into a gallery page, and entered the categories into the gallery page. this way, the pictures stay together. cheers --Sarefo 17:32, 9 September 2006 (UTC)
Please don't do that. Categories are important for allowing people to find images. Please read Commons:Categories and Commons:First steps/Sorting. — Omegatron 18:39, 9 September 2006 (UTC)
I disagree. species pictures should be categorized according to the taxonomy tree. tagging everything as Category:Araneae will clutter the category up and make it rather useless. please check out the category to see what i mean: there's the category tree on top, and then there are your pictures (and one black widow from somebody who added it after i cleaned it up). the reason is not that there are so few spider pics, but that that's not how the categorization is done at the moment. that's why i spent several hours categorizing the pictures to the best of my knowledge and at the moment very limited available time. in this specific case, the series of the unknown spiders, i found it easiest to put all of them into one (temporary) gallery page called Spider eating moths, and link this. this way, if somebody comes along and determines the species, we'll just move the whole bulk of the series to a page like this or this. this will ensure that people will find the pictures if they look for it. regarding the Category:Unknown spiders, the problem with categorizing every picture is that it will not be easily visible that all these pictures belong together, meaning that every single picture will be determined, and not the whole of it, meaning lots of unnecessary sorting out work. because i'm pretty sure of my point, i'll again delete the categories from the pictures soon; in doing so, i don't mean to work against, but with you, while at the same time ensuring that the consistency and maintainability of the spider picture categorization works best for all of us. let's not start a useless edit war. if you still disagree, please let me know in this thread. if we come to the consensus that your way to do it is the way, i'll re-add the categories myself. deal? cheers --Sarefo 19:18, 9 September 2006 (UTC)
The pictures are not all of the same spiders, and there is no reason they should be linked together other than the fact they were taken by me. If you dispute the categorization, bring it up on the Village Pump and see what others think; please don't start a useless edit war. — Omegatron 16:39, 17 September 2006 (UTC)

Image Tagging Image:Gopherus polyphemus (Marshal Hedin).jpg[edit]

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Amphiprion percula Vs A.ocellaris[edit]

Hi, Sarefo. I look your opinion in the Image:Clown fish.jpg, I think the same. Look the discussion page, I add your opinion there, I hope that you should like. Greetings, --Pristigaster 11:21, 5 September 2006 (UTC)

Image Permissions[edit]

Please don't take any offense by my request. Frequently, we receive invalid permissions from users who simply want to display whatever images they deem necessary. Often, these images are obtained without permissions.

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That makes sense; what i don't understand is, if i forward the email, saying something like "sure, you can use all the species pics. cheers marshal" to permissions@wikipedia.org, how do you know that these pictures belong to the forwarded permission? cheers --Sarefo 22:37, 10 September 2006 (UTC)
It's an added incentive for good faith. My own feelings is that if an email is sent from an outside source that can be independantly verified, then our job is done. That way, if, in fact, it is done in bad faith, the weight of guilt is upon the user rather than the Wikimedia Foundation. It's not a perfect system but it certainly supports good faith uploads and greatly discourages people who are interested in ignoring our policies. Cary "Bastique" Bass parler voir 13:18, 11 September 2006 (UTC)
ok, i've sent two mails from people that gave me permission. --Sarefo 06:23, 12 September 2006 (UTC)

Marshall Hedin images[edit]

Please copy and paste the following:

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on these 118 images. Consider this message on your talk page as the authorization to do so. Cary "Bastiqe" Bass demandez 15:57, 18 October 2006 (UTC)


Image Tagging Image:Palpimanidae_(Jeremy_Miller).jpg[edit]

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Image Tagging Image:Hersilidae_(Jeremy_Miller).jpg[edit]

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Watermark on Image:Oarces reticulatus - Mimetidae (Jeremy Miller) detail.jpg[edit]

Are you sure that this image should be tagged as {{cc-by-sa-2.5}}? There is a large digital watermark on it that says "Copyright Jeremy Miller". Also, the usage of watermarks is strongly discouraged according to policy. Thanks. Zzyzx11 07:00, 21 November 2006 (UTC)

Image:Oarces reticulatus - Mimetidae (Jeremy Miller).jpg and Image:Thaidia sp. - Austrochilidae (Jeremy Miller).jpg, and some of the other image you have recently uploaded also have watermarks too. Zzyzx11 07:19, 21 November 2006 (UTC)

yes, i did these watermarks. i also learned that watermarks are discouraged. here's how the story went: Jeremy Miller gave me these pictures for wikipedia a while ago, and i did not recognize he was licensing it non-commercial only. now, after a time, i had a discussion and it emerged that he was willing to publish them under a cc-license, but only when they are watermarked. it only occured to me hours later that this makes no sense, because the derivative section states that everybody can modify the pictures, ie. remove the watermark. now here's what i will do: i'll remove the pictures from the commons, and put them up in the english wiki, under a cc-by-nd-sa license, with the watermark, because this is the only way Mr. Miller will share the pictures. --Sarefo 12:47, 21 November 2006 (UTC)

"A license cannot feature both the Share Alike and No Derivative Works options" per Choosing a License - Creative Commons. If you are contemplating uploading to English Wikipedia under one of the following licenses (the last via http://creativecommons.org/license/results-one?license_code=by-nd), I will tell you that all four are incompatible with English Wikipedia because of the No Derivative Works option and subject to tagging with w:Template:Db-ccnoncom per w:Wikipedia:Image copyright tags/Deprecated#Non-free Creative Commons licenses:
  — Jeff G. (talk|contribs) 00:39, 29 July 2007 (UTC)

daddy long legs[edit]

Hi, you're right, but that category fits better than unknown species. Maybe the best solution is, if someone will create unknown arthropods subcategory, there is more images which not represent insects nor spiders. Regards, --10:15, 30 December 2006 (UTC)