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Thank you for the help. I shall do my best. --Cgolds 18:11, 16 November 2007 (UTC)
Je voulais te remercier de ta réponse à ma question sur les licences sur le Bistro (du 9 janvier !), j'ai oublié de mettre la page sur ma liste de suivi et oublié de la vérifier aussi, arg... (je vais rarement sur Commons, mais ce n'est pas une bonne raison ici). Excuse-moi, et merci beaucoup pour l'explication très claire.--Cgolds 18:20, 19 January 2008 (UTC)
- Merci pour ton message. De rien et à ta disposition si tu as d'autres questions.--Bapti ✉ 18:34, 19 January 2008 (UTC)
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SEEKING PERMISSION TO USE ONE OF YOUR IMAGES
We are visual artists and academics who are currently working on a chapter in a book entitled ‘The Photograph and the Album’ (published by MuseumsEtc http://museumsetc.com/blogs/news/7422776-forthcoming-the-photograph-and-the-album). We are also contributing to the editorship of this volume.
Our chapter is examining the role that the internet plays in acting as a 'giant photograph album'. We have taken this principle and have begun to look for images, searching – as many of us do – under our own names, curious to find out what images appear.
The following image came up in relation to one of our surnames:
West Fork of the Carson River, just east of Hope Valley in Alpine County, CA http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Carsonriversouth.jpg
We are interested in using this image in our chapter and want to confirm that you agree that we can do this in line with the statement that appears in Wikimedia Commons which is as follows:
“This work has been released into the public domain by its author, Skooiman at the wikipedia project. This applies worldwide. In case this is not legally possible: Skooiman grants anyone the right to use this work for any purpose, without any conditions, unless such conditions are required by law.”
To be clear about our use of the image, it will appear as part of a sequence of images for which we will provide full captions and acknowledgement (in reference to the information which appears on the webpage provided above).
We hope you are willing to give permission and would appreciate if you would confirm this via this email –(MAIL Suppressed). We would also be very grateful if you could inform us of any other parties from whom we should seek permission in reference to this image, if you are aware of any such parties.
If you are willing to give permission please confirm the text you would like us to present in relation to the images to satisfy the condition of attribution.
We would appreciate it if you could respond by Friday June 7th 2013.
Thank you for your consideration & please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.
Very best regards, Rosie Miller & Jonathan Carson
- Sorry, but I do not understand your message : as you pointed out, I have no authorship in this image, the author being Skooiman. Images on Commons are by definition free of use, you acknowledge the origin by stating, for instance : "By Skooiman at en.wikipedia [Public domain], de Wikimedia Commons". You can adapt this depending on the medium (see the options proposed on the page of the photo). Good luck with your project (do not include mail, though, you may receive spams) ! Best, --Cgolds (talk) 08:22, 28 May 2013 (UTC)