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Mjrmtg (talk) 14:59, 21 October 2012 (UTC)
This file was uploaded by me just for including that picture in my user page of wikipedia Delince.samuel (talk) 19:39, 26 October 2012 (UTC)
Project scope and categories
Hi Delince.samuel, please respect that Commons has a project scope and that contributed images must be realistically useful for an educational purpose. For this reason please give useful categories and useful descriptions to your images. So that every other user can find your images through their categories and can understand what you want to teach with the images through their descriptions. To meet the project scope please keep everything as educational as possible. In case of plants (also animals, fungi etc) alwayse use the scientific (latin) name to categorize. Avoid much too general categories like Category:Flowers and Category:Plants. Don't forget to categorize where you took an image. For instance if you took an image of a wild plant in Spain use an appropriate subcategory of Category:Flora of Spain. If you took an image of a plant in a Botanical Garden in France use an appropriate subcategory of Category:Botanical gardens in France. If you took an image of a cultivated plant somewhere else please consider an appropriate subcategory of Category:Cultivated plants by country. Greetings, -- Ies (talk) 10:55, 25 January 2015 (UTC)