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- dear krinkle, here it the source as published on my own website http://www.oscarvandillen.com/File:OscarNiaux.jpg - it is a picture taken of me by my partner. is this sufficient evidence? cheers, oscar 15:02, 27 December 2010 (UTC)
- I discovered that already and added that site as the source here. However it does not mean anything legally speaking. The problem is that the source website uses a non-commercial only creativecommons license, this kind of a license is not compatible with Commons and doesn't match the license you selected during upload (you selected "Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike", the website has "Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial-Share Alike"). Aside from the mismatch, the license on the source website does not allow commercial use which is mandatory for the file to be free.
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- dear krinkle, of course! i overlooked that. we discussed this and having obtained this permission myself, i adapted the description at the original source; it now runs This photo was taken by Elise van Rosmalen and released under CC-BY 3.0, may i take it this solves it? thank you for your kind help and concern; as i do prefer this color photo to the older black and white still in use in some places. very best greetings, oscar 23:36, 28 December 2010 (UTC)
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