User talk:Llywelyn2000

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Multilanguage[golygu]

Hi, noting this diff, make sure the LangSwitch statements are within the #if statements if necessary - this makes the field unshown if the parameter is not filled in. Where the {{int}} template is already in use (e.g. for the author parameter) then it already should be translated into Welsh (along with 40+ other languages) when the user has that language set in their preferences or the web page is called with &uselang=cy as a url parameter. For example this page is https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/User_talk:Llywelyn2000?&uselang=cy for me. Cheers -- (talk) 09:46, 28 January 2013 (UTC)

Bore da! Many thanks Fae! Is this correction ok? Llywelyn2000 (talk) 10:07, 28 January 2013 (UTC)
Yes, looks like it might work. ;-) -- (talk) 11:05, 28 January 2013 (UTC)

CADW Template[golygu]

(Mae'r canlynol yn gysylltiedig â'r uchod rhywsut dwi'n siwr) Mi wnes i drosi Template:Listed building Wales i'r Gymraeg ac mae popeth yn edrych yn iawn ar bob delwedd unigol e.e. yma, ond am ryw reswm mae'n ymddangos yn wallus ar ben categori, gan ddweud "Dyma a category about adeilad rhestredig rhif 13674". Rhaid bod yr darn "a category about" yn dod o rhywle arall ond lle? Unrhyw syniad sut i drwsio hyn? --Rhyswynne (talk) 14:34, 23 January 2014 (UTC)

File tagging File:Aerial view of Dinas Dinlle Iron Age Hill Fort.jpg[golygu]

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Morning (talk) 11:57, 8 March 2013 (UTC)

Please hold fire; as you can see I'm working very hard on these images. I'm in the process of creating a Template to hold all images from Visit Wales, and the information you request will be on this new Template. Llywelyn2000 (talk) 12:09, 8 March 2013 (UTC)
All that "strictly for the promotion and marketing of tourism and / or inward investment" writing is a violation of Commons:Project scope#Must be freely licensed or public domain#Non-allowable licence terms. Restrictions on where the work may be used are not allowed. So either the file is freely licensed or public domain, in that case the restrictions are entirely irrelevant and there is no need to mention them here, or the file is not free. --Martin H. (talk) 20:46, 8 March 2013 (UTC)
This morning Mark Thomas (Head of Creative Services Cadw / VW) confirmed the CC-BY-SA license(see his email VW I copied on File:Aerial view of Caerleon Roman amphitheatre.jpg. At 2.00 pm he phoned and we talked for an hour. He had realsied that he would be breaking his own NC restriction dictated by Crown Copyright. I also take your point that we couldn't accept their restrictions / terms. For now, I'll take the 5 images without CC-BY-SA authorisation off Commons while we continue to discuss ways to overcome Crown Copyright. They have over 20,000 Cadw images which they really want to be available to the public. I've offered him several options eg we keep low res, they sell high res; I'll keep you informed. Thanks. Llywelyn2000 (talk) 21:09, 8 March 2013 (UTC)

Copyright violations[golygu]

The vide which you have just uploaded has a few problems with copyrights. Microsoft Windows elements are copyrighted, and Wikimedia Foundation elements are also copyrighted (Wikipedia logo, etc.) You uploaded the file under a free license, violating the copyrights of these two institutions. Wpedzich (talk) 11:26, 15 March 2013 (UTC)

Yesterdy I uploaded a training video on CC-BY-SA. No problem. Today I uploaded a better version. The Wizzard didn't allow me to chose a license, therefore I went to the Edit button to input it myself, but, however, alas you had rushed in to take the video off! Can you please reinstate it, as Upload now refuses to try again! Can I also suggest, positively, that you refrain from deleting people's work for at least half an hour to allow them to finish their uploads. Please also take a look at Wizard's problem with reuploading - no license. Thanks. Llywelyn2000 (talk) 14:54, 15 March 2013 (UTC)
Hello; I have undeleted the said video. Could I ask you to tag it according to the Wikimedia logo rules? Also, a cut-down version eliminating the MS Windows interface elements would be much less problematic. Kind regards, Wojciech Pędzich Talk 18:12, 15 March 2013 (UTC)

Commons:Bureaucrats'_noticeboard#Translating_the_main_Slide-bar_into_cy[golygu]

Hey mate, if you'd like to let us know which link should appear, we'll get this up for you asap. Just drop back past the crat noticeboard. Cheers, russavia (talk) 09:47, 26 June 2013 (UTC)

Talkback[golygu]

Message tied up in Ribbon.jpg Hello, Llywelyn2000. You have new messages at Tom Morris's talk page.
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WLM in Wales[golygu]

Hi Llywelyn2000, I'll be cropping up on your watchlist a bit. If one of your images has Category:Listed buildings in Wrexham County Borough on it, it doesn't need Category:Listed buildings in Wales so I'm removing the latter when there's something more specific. Nothing to worry about, just thought I should let you know as I might end up swamping your watchlist. Nev1 (talk) 19:00, 21 September 2013 (UTC)


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January (talk) 08:56, 17 January 2014 (UTC)

File:Robin Owain en Voice.ogg[golygu]

Thanks for uploading your voice. :-) I think you meant 2013 at the end, though, rather than 2014? Thanks. Mike Peel (talk) 13:28, 4 February 2014 (UTC)

Category:Quality images from Wiki Loves Monuments UK 2014[golygu]

I've noticed you've been adding (maybe by mistake?) this category to images such as File:Sker_House.jpg, File:St_Davids_Cathedral_viewed_from_the_Bishops_Palace.jpg and File:Arabic Room Roof Interior.jpg. These images haven't been promoted at COM:QIC, so please don't add them to the category. Thanks! --Lewis Hulbert (Sgwrs) 10:48, 17 September 2014 (UTC)

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Hi. For the banner translation see [1]. --Jan Kameníček (Sgwrs) 20:10, 29 January 2015 (UTC)

Many thanks. However, the text had been translated months ago, yet appeared in English on the Welsh wiki. Can you tell me why wasn't the Welsh text picked up please? Llywelyn2000 (Sgwrs) 20:50, 29 January 2015 (UTC)
I think it was because it was waiting for proofreading. I have no idea who does the proofreading there (judging by your contribution at Commons talk:Picture of the Year/2014/Help it was not done very well). --Jan Kameníček (Sgwrs) 21:17, 29 January 2015 (UTC)
Many thanks. We'll try and forsee them coming in advance! 2.26.199.223 06:35, 30 January 2015 (UTC)

Quality Image Promotion[golygu]

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Translating the interface in your language, we need your help[golygu]

Hello Llywelyn2000, thanks for working on this wiki in your language. We updated the list of priority translations and I write you to let you know. The language used by this wiki (or by you in your preferences) needs about 100 translations or less in the priority list. You're almost done!

Please register on translatewiki.net if you didn't yet and then help complete priority translations (make sure to select your language in the language selector). With a couple hours' work or less, you can make sure that nearly all visitors see the wiki interface fully translated. Nemo 14:06, 26 April 2015 (UTC)

File:Golygathon Wikimedia UK Editathon National Library of Wales at Aberystwyth 18.JPG and friends[golygu]

Hey, thanks for uploading these! Just wanted to let you know that Category:Wikimeda UK Events has a typo in it; it might be worth creating a Category:National Library of Wales Editathon 2015 category as well. Thanks :) Microchip08 (talk) 15:38, 20 June 2015 (UTC)

Many thanks. Job done I think, but would be great if I add a the Category:Wikimedia UK outreach events automatically with HotCat or similar. It seems to remove only. Llywelyn2000 (Sgwrs) 18:05, 20 June 2015 (UTC)

Category:Llangelynnin, Conwy[golygu]

What was your rationale for removing File:Llangelynnin Church and churchyard.jpg and other images from Category:Llangelynnin, Conwy? Regards, Verbcatcher (Sgwrs) 13:08, 13 July 2015 (UTC)

The images were of the church - St Gelynnin, which has a seperate category. Llangelynnin is a village. There are so far no images of the village! Therefore it's empty. You could church cat in the village cat, of course. Llywelyn2000 (Sgwrs) 13:57, 13 July 2015 (UTC)
There isn't a Category:Llangelynnin Church, Conwy or a Category:St. Celynin's Church, Llangelynnin, Conwy, although we could add one. There seems little point in doing this because, according to wikipedia:Llangelynnin, there's little or nothing else there. At present, Category:Towns and villages in Conwy County Borough contains 68 categories and 121 pictures, all of Llangelynnin Church. This looks wrong. Surely the pictures of this church should be categorised together, and I don't see what's wrong with putting them in Category:Llangelynnin, Conwy. This aligns with the English and Welsh Wikipedia articles and would fix the commons link in the English article. I see that you are using Cat-a-lot. If you agree, could you use this to change the categories? Take care to avoid confusion with Category:Llangelynnin, Gwynedd, which is a different place. Verbcatcher (Sgwrs) 14:47, 13 July 2015 (UTC)
Many thanks for your help here; cat a lot's got a lot answering for it imho! As the village is so small, it makes sense to have but one category, as you suggest. Done the change with Cat a Lot, but feel as if I'm playing with fire! Llywelyn2000 (Sgwrs) 15:31, 13 July 2015 (UTC)
I think you may not have achieved what you intended because most of these photos are still in Category:Towns and villages in Conwy County Borough as well as in its subcategory Category:Llangelynnin, Conwy. I haven't played with Cat-a-lot, and I will be careful if I do. Verbcatcher (Sgwrs) 16:02, 13 July 2015 (UTC)
All gone! Must have pressed 'copy', yet I'm 99% I selected 'move'! Ah well! Manythanks. Llywelyn2000 (Sgwrs) 16:17, 13 July 2015 (UTC)

Translation / Sub still needed?[golygu]

File_talk:Freihandelsabkommen.webm - i could at least write down the German text. But it is quite easy to translate. On the other hand I have no clue about dubbing. I would try to cut the sentences into pieces, so that you could work better with the translation. -- Amtiss (Sgwrs) 17:05, 4 November 2015 (UTC)

Srt formatted german subs are on the talk page. -- Amtiss (Sgwrs) 19:06, 4 November 2015 (UTC)

Taxus baccata map query[golygu]

Hi Llywelyn - I wanted to query what does File:Counties with yew trees over 900 years old.png show? The RFS source document doesn't make any mention of an age cutoff of 900 years (which is undeterminable!), just girth categories 'Veteran', 'Ancient', and 'Exceptional', so maybe the file is wrongly titled? Also, what do the different intensities of green mean? On the RFS map, Perthshire and Northumberland both have one 'Exceptional' and two 'Veteran' yews, but you have Perthshire mapped light green, and Northumberland not coloured at all; what's the difference? Diolch yn fawr! - MPF (Sgwrs) 13:49, 17 December 2015 (UTC)

Many thanks for pointing this out! The source, if I remember corectly, was: ancient-yew.org - and the definition of '(A) Ancient, (V) Veteran, (N) Notable is also to be found on that very comprenhensive site. When I have time I will revisit the map, as it doesn't conform exactly to the counties system / boundaries of the time the articles were written. I think I need the old counties map. I've added the above link to the image. Many thanks again. Llywelyn2000 (Sgwrs) 08:18, 20 December 2015 (UTC)
PS I've added a category on this here which by now has over 200 images. Llywelyn2000 (Sgwrs) 08:22, 20 December 2015 (UTC)
Thanks! Yep, the old counties — or perhaps even more accurately, the Watsonian botanical recording areas (File:Great Britain Vice Counties.png) — are what should be used; plant mapping does not recognise modern inventions like "tyne and wear". - MPF (Sgwrs) 15:35, 20 December 2015 (UTC)

Category:Framed works of art in the National Library of Wales[golygu]

Helo user:Llywelyn2000 Mae'r delweddau yma wedi lwytho fel rhan o'r prosiect Europeana280 ac wedi cael i ail digido yn arbennig ar gyfer y prosiect. Dyler Delweddau fod yn agos iawn at y gwreiddiol ar rhan lliwiau. Fi ddim yn glir ar polisi Commons, ond fi'n meddwl bod e'n well cadw gwaithiau celf mor agos i'r gwreiddiol sy'n bosib, ar rhan lliwau, golau ayyb. Fi'n poeni bydd e'n edrych yn wael ar y Llyfrgell os mae delweddau digidol ni yn gwahanol i'r gwreiddiol. Fy'n sylwy bod ti wedi creu fersiwn newydd o'r delwedd Richard Price, felly man a man gadael hwnna nawr, ond wyt ti'n meddwl bod e'n well gadael y gweddill fel mae nhw? edrychaf ymlaen at clywed eich sylwadau. Diolch! Jason.nlw (Sgwrs) 21:56, 29 February 2016 (UTC)

Haia. Ydy, mae'n gwestiwn anodd. Mi gadwais i'r gwreiddiol, er mwyn medru dewis, ond dwi'n deall dy bwynt wedyn am y gwahaniaeth, efo dau'n bodoli. Can't win! Diolch a Dydd Gwyl Dewi hapus rhen gyfaill! Llywelyn2000 (Sgwrs) 06:24, 1 March 2016 (UTC)

blanking[golygu]

Hi Llywelyn2000, thanks for cleaning up. If you add a {{delete}} or a {{speedy}} tag to a page, please do not blank it. Thank you. --Achim (Sgwrs) 22:03, 11 March 2016 (UTC)

File:Stone wall - geograph.org.uk - 404743.jpg[golygu]

Why are you removing Category:Dry stone walls in Powys? These images clearly include dry stone walls. Rodhullandemu (Sgwrs) 22:51, 5 June 2016 (UTC)

I'm not removing Category:Dry stone walls in Powys. As the user who has added at least 90% of the images in the Category:Dry stone walls in Wales, I am now weeding out the ones where the wall itself is not the main focus, or if the image is of bad quality. Llywelyn2000 (Sgwrs) 22:58, 5 June 2016 (UTC)
I think the category should remain if the wall is more than de minimis, regardless of the main focus of the image. Also, having added about 90% of the category to images does not confer ownership upon you. If you're unhappy with this, please open a discussion on the scope of that category. Cheers. Rodhullandemu (Sgwrs) 23:01, 5 June 2016 (UTC)
You say: "I think the category should remain..." - do you not mean image? I have just told you "I'm not removing Category:Dry stone walls in Powys." - my first sentence. See above. Ownership?! Of course not. Llywelyn2000 (Sgwrs) 23:04, 5 June 2016 (UTC)
Regarding the subcategories (counties) - you have created 7 out of over 20, with only a handful of images in each. When are you going to finish the job? It looks very half baked at the moment. Llywelyn2000 (Sgwrs) 23:08, 5 June 2016 (UTC)
I should have said "why are you removing the category from those images". Sorry if it wasn't clear. The reason it seems "half-baked" is that I've only just started working systematically on categories in Wales, having spent the last three years doing the same for Scotland. It seems that nobody has ever taken a systematic approach until now, and I have set aside some time to at least start the job. However, it seems silly to remove a "stone walls" category from an image whose title contains the word "stone wall"! You should be aware that such walls frequently mark boundaries across mountains and thus have a significance greater them merely being an orderered arrangement of stones. I expect to finish Category:Mountains of Gwynedd last this week, and have marked completion of the walls categories as the following task. Cheers. Rodhullandemu (Sgwrs) 23:17, 5 June 2016 (UTC)
Can I suggest that you change the title of the image from stone wall, or delete it as it's such poor quality. If you do want to work on a category which no one is looking after then please take a look at Category:Welsh Landscape Collection which contains over 5,000 images which really do need categorising. Personally, a quick glimpse of all images in one category (Wales) is much better than having to open 22 files / subcategories to find the image required. As you can see the map / GeoGroupTemplate I added becomes defunct by subdividing. Llywelyn2000 (Sgwrs) 23:30, 5 June 2016 (UTC)
I can't delete it since "poor quality" is not of itself a valid speedy deletion reason, and that's even if I agreed that the image is of low quality. As the image is of typical quality for Geograph images, I doubt it will be deleted. As for Category:Welsh Landscape Collection, that's an aberrant bot placing so many images into one category hoping against hope that someone cares enough to go through it manually- as as far as {{Geogroup}} goes, I don't think it can map more than 200 images at once, so some subdivision is necessary if those images are ever going to be useful, and the Geogroup template can copy into the subdivisions. Let's just say that while Category:Gwynedd has about 5400 images in its top level, work is better done there than on side projects. 23:42, 5 June 2016 (UTC)
Yes, very overcrowded - thanks to an "aberrant bot" having added low quality rubbish from Geograph! Valued watercolours from the NLW, imho are much more useful - but let's agree to differ. My point really is that as I've worked on getting good photographs of dry stone walls - from all over Wales (mainly North), it might be better for you to focus on another category. FYI - I've also started / added images to Celtic crosses in Wales (which does need dividing chronologically) and Yew trees in Wales. Nos da. Llywelyn2000 (Sgwrs) 23:52, 5 June 2016 (UTC)