Commons talk:Quality images

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This is the talk page for discussing improvements to Commons:Quality images.

Procedure for adding images to this page and subpages
The current procedures for adding images that have been promoted through QIC (either as listed by QICBot or manually from Consensual_review after a decision has been posted) are:

  1. ) Add images to the top of the appropriate gallery(s) on the main page. NB some sections have subgalleries. It may be appropriate to add an image to more than one section.
  2. ) Trim the gallery down to 4 images or only those newly added that day if more than 4. (images are normally left for at least one day on the main page, so I normally leave any overflow until I add the next days images).
  3. ) Add the image to the top of appropriate galleries on sub-pages. Some pages have many subsections and subgalleries. Also note that some galleries contain natural groupings. --Tony Wills 09:24, 25 October 2007 (UTC)[reply]
Also note that within the natural groupings there maybe further subgroups, though not necessarily subdivided by headers. When in doubt you can always ask me. Lycaon 09:32, 25 October 2007 (UTC)[reply]

Icon proposal[edit]

Hello, I would like to propose a new icon for Quality Images. For my taste, the current logo is not hyper readable and not modern. I was slightly inspired by the certification icons of social networks. What do you think? Regards. manȷıro💬 12:11, 1 May 2023 (UTC)[reply]


The image File:Ascidia bombillo (Clavelina lepadiformis), Parque natural de la Arrábida, Portugal, 2022-07-28, DD 41-43 FS.jpg cannot be correctly categorized, as we just have no option Animals-Tunicata. After reading the Tunicate I intentionally categorized it as fish, as it is close to hagfish, lampreys, and jawed vertebrates. --LexKurochkin (talk) 11:54, 18 May 2023 (UTC)[reply]


The image File:Esponja (Callyspongia crassa), mar Rojo, Egipto, 2023-04-18, DD 04.jpg cannot be correctly categorized, as we just have no option Animals-Porifera. After reading the Sponge I intentionally categorized it as Animals/Cnidaria. --LexKurochkin (talk) 14:46, 23 August 2023 (UTC)[reply]