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Bienvenue[edit]

Bienvenue sur ma page de discussion. Tout commentaire est bienvenu, il suffit d'appuyer sur l'onglet + ci-dessus. Comments in English are welcome.

Image:Public debt percent gdp world map.PNG[edit]

I checked and it looks like the CIA must have updated their figures, have now updated the map based on these --Astrokey44 09:42, 17 August 2006 (UTC)

I didn't know how to contact you, but that picture is incorrect. Canada's debt is only 34% of GDP.

Problème de Category[edit]

Salut Baronnet,
Après une visite dans ta superbe ville, j'ai créé Category:Art Nouveau architecture in Nancy et la plupart des articles dedans.
Pour parfaire cette catégorie, je suis preneur de toute photo de facade art nouveau dans Nancy (avec l'adresse exacte ;-)).
Je me démerderais pour créer les articles, et catégories d'architecte...

Je voulais te dire que j'ai supprimé de Image:DSCN1686.JPG la catégorie Category:Art Nouveau architecture in Nancy et de Image:DSCN1690.JPG la catéorie Category:Nancy.
En effet, quand une image est dans un article de commons, on doit retirer de la photo les catégories de cet article.
Le but est qu'il n'y ait pas, par exemple dans la catégorie Nancy, les milliers de photos prises à Nancy.
Amitié Liné1 13:08, 24 August 2007 (UTC)

"Categories and/or galleries?
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J'ai lu votre commentaire sur ma page de discussion, merci d'avoir expliqué votre retrait des catégories que j'avais ajoutées. Mais ce § de Wikimedia Commons explique que deux positions existent : gallerie ET catégorie / galerie OU catégorie. Et que, en tout état de cause, il est demandé de "ne pas retirer de catégories", une fois qu'elles sont mises (sauf si elles sont fausses, bien sûr !). C'est du boulot, merci de ne pas le défaire !
Baronnet 14:08, 24 August 2007 (UTC)
Je connais et j'adhère à ce système. Mais il s'applique pour des catégories et des articles de même niveau. C'est le cas en biologie quand il existe un article et une catégorie pour une espèce. Les photos doivent être dans les deux.
Mais dans le cas présent, la catégorie est beaucoup plus vaste. Comme le but est d'avoir beaucoup d'images d'art nouveau à nancy, on ne peut les laisser dans Category:Art Nouveau architecture in Nancy ni dans Category:Nancy.
Si vous y tenez, vous pouvez créer category:Villa Majorelle et y mettre les photos...
Amitié Liné1 14:21, 24 August 2007 (UTC)
Euh, non, car ces photos ne représentent pas la Villa Majorelle, mais la Brasserie L'Excelsior. Je pense qu'il est préférable d'avoir article + catégorie, même lorsqu'il n'existe pas de catégorie exactement du même niveau. Mais au fond, peu m'importe qu'on change les catégories, pour les affiner, ou les élargir. C'était juste le fait d'avoir ces deux photos précédemment catégorisées, puis décatégorisées, et qui se baladaient dans la nature. Je vous explique pourquoi : je travaille souvent sur Wikipédia (et souvent des Wikipédias étrangers, notamment amharique, arménien, somalien), pour illustrer des articles. Et quand je cherche une illustration, j'utilise les catégories pour les trouver. Si on me retire les catégories, je n'ai plus d'accès (facile du moins) aux images. Mais apparemment, les anglophones nous promettent une évolution logicielle qui devrait permettre de fusionner pages et catégories. Donc tout ce tracas ne devrait être que temporaire. D'où l'idée de la trêve sur les catégories (avec ou sans) ;-) Bien amicalement, Baronnet 18:04, 24 August 2007 (UTC)

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Demography of France[edit]

Image exists: French residency by country of nationality 1999.PNG Kransky (talk) 13:25, 29 August 2008 (UTC)

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--Coyau (talk) 13:56, 13 March 2009 (UTC)

Salut,

J'ai copié ta photo ici : wikilivres:Image:Paul-Bigot-Paris.JPG pour qu'elle ne soit pas perdue pour tout le monde. Cordialement, Yann (talk) 23:49, 25 March 2009 (UTC)

Merci. Je la remettrai en place le 9 juin 2012... ;-) Baronnet (talk) 08:50, 26 March 2009 (UTC)

File:Atelier-emile-friant-vers-1887.jpg[edit]

Obviously this photograph wasn't created by you. Could you please provide the source? Trycatch (talk) 19:04, 29 August 2010 (UTC)

Right, where did you obtain the photo? Masterful shot, BTW. Blurpeace 19:36, 30 August 2010 (UTC)
The photograph is anonymous. I own it. Baronnet (talk) 22:53, 30 August 2010 (UTC)

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License change[edit]

Hi Marc, I changed the license here because of the now public domain content of the file. Regards --Friechtle (talk) 11:57, 19 February 2013 (UTC)

It's strange that I cannot choose the license of the photos that I publish, but I guess they are too true a likeness of the original painting... I'll take that for a compliment to the photographer. Thanks anyway to have told me of this license change. Baronnet (talk) 09:42, 20 February 2013 (UTC)
You're welcome. Your image was alright (and also right licensed). But now, that the border of the image and everything else three dimensional was removed via image editing, the file only shows the work of an painter who is nearly 100 years dead. And because of this, the image is in the public domain (and it is necessary to license an image correct as PD). Theoretical you could restore the original image and license, and the picture that shows only the painter's work could be uploaded in an extra file, but I don't think that is necessary, is it? Best regards :) --Friechtle (talk) 22:41, 22 February 2013 (UTC)

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Réponse[edit]

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Bonjour, réponse tardive, mais réponse quand même! Cordialement Mathieu C. (talk) 09:42, 30 January 2015 (UTC)

Lorraine[edit]

Bonjour Baronnet. Je crois qu'il faut aller plus loin dans la détermination du domaine. J'ajouterais les dates, (1508 -1737), mais aussi la précision "stained glass windows". Il existe en effet d'autres versions de ces armoiries sur Commons, comme par exemple celles-ci. Les deux sont évidemment incomparables entre elles, c'est pourquoi je suggère cette restriction du "scope" au vitrail. Cordialement.--Jebulon (talk) 22:50, 26 October 2015 (UTC) (Par ailleurs, d'un strict point de vue héraldique-et esthétique-, je n'aime pas du tout cette façon de traiter l'azur de France avec des croisillons pour y intercaler les fleurs de lys, mais là, vous n'y pouvez rien !)--Jebulon (talk) 22:50, 26 October 2015 (UTC)

Je trouve qu'avec ce niveau de détail on n'est plus vraiment dans le "scope", tellement ça devient précis : cela devient plutôt la description même de l'image. Et j'avoue qu'à titre purement personnel et esthétique, je ne vois pas comment comparer cette photo avec l'horrible File:Armoiries Lorraine-Vaudémont.png - dont il existe une bien meilleure version, vectorielle : File:Lorraine Arms 1538.svg. Mais soit ! J'ai apporté au "scope" les changements demandés... en espérant que ça permette à cette photo (dont je ne suis pas l'auteur !) de franchir l'obstacle :-) Baronnet (talk) 08:00, 27 October 2015 (UTC)

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