User talk:JuTa

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Protection of multi/lang templates[edit]

Hi, I just noticed you protected {{PD-USGov-DEA/lang}} and I wonder why. How can someone add a translation if the template is protected? I was trying to translate it, as I have done a lot of times with other templates of the same kind, I don't believe there are guidelines that allow to protect templates/lang. --Phyrexian ɸ 17:34, 5 November 2018 (UTC)

They could get vandalized with great impact, but I reduced it to semi-protection for it now. regards. --JuTa 17:37, 5 November 2018 (UTC)


Dupe complaint[edit]

07:45, 6 November 2018 JuTa (talk | contribs) deleted page File:Bremen Markt Westseite 903.jpg (Exact or scaled-down duplicate: File:Bremen Makt Westseite 903.jpg) (thank) (global usage; delinker log) Du hast die Datei unter dem korrektgeschriebenen Filename gelöscht, so dass sie jetzt nur noch unter dem erkennbar (Makt statt Markrt) falschgeschriebenen Filename verfügbar ist. Bitte beende dieses destruktive Verhalten!--Ulamm (talk) 09:47, 6 November 2018 (UTC)

Normalerweise werden die älteren Kopien behalten. Ich hab' das ganze jetzt umgdedreht. Das nächste Mal wenn Du Tippfehler hochlädst, einfach eine Umbenennung beantragen, statt ein zweites mal hochladen. Und falls das doch passiert, die Dir ungenehme Version mit {{duplicate}} markieren, dann passiert so was nicht mehr. --JuTa 11:36, 6 November 2018 (UTC)

Que pasa[edit]

Hola no se porque has borrado fotos y texto del Ducado de Osuna. Si fueses tan amable de darme una explicación. Muchas Gracias.

— Preceding unsigned comment added by Pepón (talk • contribs) 20:35, 6 November 2018 (UTC)

Pepón

— Preceding unsigned comment added by Pepón (talk • contribs) 20:36, 6 November 2018 (UTC)
Hi, I could find images deleted by me, all I checked where deleted by other admins. They got deleted, because you copied images from other sources and partly declared them as your own work. This is violating copyright laws. --JuTa 23:55, 6 November 2018 (UTC)

Empty uncategorized categories[edit]

Hello.Please delete what's left of Special:UncategorizedCategories:

  1. Belgisch-Preußische Grenzsteine
  2. Cohors I Germanorum
  3. Feira do Livro de Porto Alegre 2012
  4. General (uniform)
  5. General armii (uniform)
  6. Mendenhall Valley
  7. Montrichard)
  8. Monuents of Mikhail Bulgakov
  9. Nachalnik divisi
  10. Rouhollah Bagheri
  11. Russell (Dyrham) arms
  12. Ryadovoy (uniform)
  13. Serzhant (uniform)
  14. Silicon groups
  15. Sky plc
  16. Slums in Anakaputhur town
  17. Starshy leytenant (uniform)
  18. Stationlaan, Breda
  19. Storfjellet (Rennebu)
  20. Svartvatnet (Rennebu)
  21. Tintoretto
  22. Tom Spilman

In addition to

  1. Category:Norwegian_resistance
  2. Category:Shooting_at_the_2018_Mediterranean_Games
  3. Category:Carmen_Suleiman (contains only a non-free file)

Thanks ديفيد عادل وهبة خليل 2 (talk) 13:00, 7 November 2018 (UTC)

✓ Done, thx. --JuTa 19:23, 7 November 2018 (UTC)

Could you please explain...[edit]

You applied no license to File:The Queen's Hotel in Toronto.jpg The Queen's Hotel in Toronto.jpg.

  1. This image would have been in the public domain, even if the flickr uploader had put an "all rights reserved" license on it. We can and do ignore bogus "all rights reserved" licenses on images which are obviously public domain.
  2. In this particular case the flickr uploader explicitly acknowledged they had scanned a public domain image, and their flickr image description explicitly says:
"Although I've listed this as Creative Commons Attribution (CC0 is not offered as an option here) this image is in fact a Public Domain image to which I have done some digital restoration."

So, did you read the flickr uploader's explicit comments? Geo Swan (talk) 15:56, 11 November 2018 (UTC)

The flickr public domain mark is not accepted on commons. If the image is indeed in public domain please change it to a suitable one. regards --JuTa 19:37, 11 November 2018 (UTC)

Sanity checking[edit]

You applied some sanity checking to a permissions challenge from Dman41689 to File:Supercute Rachel Julia Talent Show Littlefields 053012.jpg.

I looked at the contribution history of Chillbedextous today, because they uploaded a very fine image of new Congressional Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, where someone has requested OTRS confirmation that Chillbedextous actually took the image. What I found was that over half the images they uploaded include Julia Cumming, including images of her when she was just a teenager. This suggests to me that it is very likely Chillbedextous is a family member of Ms Cumming, or a long-term friend, or, at least a very long-term fan. And this makes it seem very credible that the 2017 image of Ms Cumming interviewing a then unknown Ms Ocasio-Cortez was actually their own work.

Why tell you? Well, Dman41689 challenged three other images of Ms Cumming at the same time they challenged File:Supercute Rachel Julia Talent Show Littlefields 053012.jpg -- File:Supercute March 2013.jpg, File:Supercute Austin March 2011.jpg and File:Supercute Governors Island 2009.JPG. It seemed likely to me that Dman was as reckless with those three images as he was with the one you noticed...

I took a brief look at Dman's contribution history. From a brief look it seems that about half of their edits, prior to their retirement, may have been similar challenges to images, including a large fraction were justified simply based on gut-feelings that the uploaders {{self}} claims were authentic. Here, for instance, Dman seems to have simply ignored polite requests from individuals whose claims of authorship he had simply discounted...

So, would you mind looking at File:Supercute March 2013.jpg, File:Supercute Austin March 2011.jpg and File:Supercute Governors Island 2009.JPG, and refuting or confirming my gut feeling that they too bore credible claims of authorship?

Thanks! Geo Swan (talk) 01:57, 15 November 2018 (UTC)

Hi, the first kept one is a confirmed flickr image (maybe a flickr washed one). The 3 deleted images were declared as own work of the uploader which is in my impression very unlikely, but more likely cipied from whereever in the internet. If you think the files should be undeleted you might raise a Commons:Undeletion reqquest, but I would not expect a graat chance of success. regards --JuTa 02:08, 15 November 2018 (UTC)
  • Okay. Thanks for the quick response.

    I left a note on User talk:Chillbedextous, (1) encouraging them to reply to the OTRS team, substantiating they took the image of Cumming and Ocasio-Cortez; (2) once they have done that, substantiate they took those deleted images, and get them restored.

    Since I can't see the images, for myself, I won't request a deletion review. If I could see them myself I too might doubt their authorship.

    Cheers! Geo Swan (talk) 02:22, 15 November 2018 (UTC)

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This is the new Newman University logo: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/archive/8/88/20181019181844%21Newman_University%2C_Birmingham%2C_Logo_2016.jpg

Why was the old logo added back on https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/archive/8/88/20181019181844%21Newman_University%2C_Birmingham%2C_Logo_2016.jpg

Related Wiki page: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Newman_University,_Birmingham,_Logo_2016.jpg


This is the related website: https://www.newman.ac.uk/

— Preceding unsigned comment added by Newman University Birmingham (talk • contribs) 09:22, 19 November 2018 (UTC)
Hi, if you wanna use the other image in an articel please modify the article and dont overwrite historical images. They are usefull as they are to document the hostory (i.e.). --JuTa 13:29, 19 November 2018 (UTC)