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- 2 moving titles
- 3 Uploading Art Photos
- 4 TUSC token fd8bf82e40a721046408259c06013023
- 5 File:Aoqun 1.jpg
- 6 Res
- 7 Stupid french
- 8 About one thangka.
- 9 Category:Trip at the Forbidden City?
- 10 Re:Forbidden City and Great Wall at Badaling
- 11 File:10_Peking_University.jpg Chinese law requires that the architect's attribution
- 12 Re
flickr image uploads
- I reiterate this re this image. Unless it is technically impracticable on your end, upload the largest size they've got. Server space is not an issue, and it helps us accommodate future display devices. Daniel Case (talk) 19:52, 21 March 2011 (UTC)
I am using the traditional Chinese script as has been used for thousands of years, which is also understood in Hongkong, Taiwan, Korea, Japan and Vietnam. For a historic place like Tiananmen I think the traditional script is better suited than the modern which only exists since the 1960's. Gryffindor (talk) 19:50, 29 September 2008 (UTC)
- Well precisely that, I am using Chinese, albeit a form that has been in use much longer and is still in use. Articles have to be in native tongue per Commons policy on languages. Gryffindor (talk) 20:05, 29 September 2008 (UTC)
Uploading Art Photos
TUSC token fd8bf82e40a721046408259c06013023
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You tagged the above image, and some others, as missing permission, but they are the uploader's own work. Can you clarify how you expect him to send in a permission from someone to let him use his own work? Stifle (talk) 09:29, 1 May 2009 (UTC)
I don't agree your opinion. First, those images are not made by the uploader. The uploader just uploaded the images which were found on the internet. Thus there is not any problems called "disrespectful". Second, Hi-res is better than low-res is a common truth, but the brightness depends on users' preferences. Some users can think the brighter is better and some users can not. Even some users can think the darker is closer to the originals. If you don't like the brightness, you could adjust the brightness and upload them again. --百楽兎 (talk) 01:46, 23 May 2009 (UTC)
- Better or not is not an undebatable fact. It is just "you think", a completely personal perference.--百楽兎 (talk) 13:53, 23 May 2009 (UTC)
- It's your personal opinion not WIKICOMMONS rule.--百楽兎 01:02, 28 May 2009 (UTC)
Regarding the issue of copyright, Along the River 7-119-3.jpg is a good example for reference. The image is completely copied from the website of NPM, and NPM doesn't allow any usage of their website materials without permission, but the image is accepted and even become a featured picture on Commons.--百楽兎 (talk) 09:47, 28 May 2009 (UTC)
Hello, I know you maybe a french with great contributions on anicent china-related image, you might even been doing it because this maybe your little "hobby". But how is these two edits   consider as vandalism? Just because you're ugly and stink doesn't mean that I was making vandalism. Now, would someone del my comment? I had said something I wanted to say.
About one thangka.
Do you like unnatural bright colors? Do you like bad scans? Don't you like professional photo? Then what you do in Wikipedia? [] Eugene a.
- Please adjust your monitor or buy new pc. Eugene a.
Hello. I'm curious as to why you re-categorized a large number of my uploads to Category:Trip at the Great Wall of China at Badaling and Category:Trip at the Forbidden City. While I don't necessarily agree with these changes, I am interested in hearing your reasoning lest I mass revert your edits. Regards, FASTILY (TALK) 08:25, 23 December 2010 (UTC)
Re:Forbidden City and Great Wall at Badaling
|Hello, HéctorTabaré. You have new messages at Fastily's talk page.
File:10_Peking_University.jpg Chinese law requires that the architect's attribution
- Its a photograph of a university campus found at Flickr. It was taken by this Flickr user who released it under Creative Commons license. I did not take the picture. The person who took the photo is attributed; the name of the author and the title of the work are listed.--HéctorTabaré (talk) 04:11, 22 March 2011 (UTC)