User talk:Didym

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Copyright[edit]

Esistono molte foto antiche dei Ceri risalenti a oltre un secolo fa che sono di dominio pubblico e di cui non si conosce il detentore del copyright poiché non è mai stato reclamato da nessuno. Come devo comportarmi? Vorrei caricare delle foto provenienti da alcuni fotolibri privi di copyright. E' lecito farlo? Indicatemi le foto che devo togliere e le toglierò. Poi però abilitatemi a caricarne di nuove. Grazie. Mario Farneti — Preceding unsigned comment added by Mariofarneti (talk • contribs) 10:55, 13 April 2016‎ (UTC)

[Premessa: Didym non parla italiano, Mario].
Mario is basically writing that there are lots of photographs of Gubbio's Saint Ubaldo Day taken in the early 20th century which author is either unknown and anonymous that are now in public domain, and he wanted to know whether he can upload them here.
Mario: se sono in pubblico dominio si può fare, ma avverti quando capita. -- SERGIO (aka the Blackcat) 12:34, 13 April 2016 (UTC)