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File:Aaradheshwor Temple 08.jpg[edit]

Why do you renamed "File:आराध्यश्वर मन्दिर 08.jpg" into file "File:Aaradheshwor Temple 08.jpg"? Look at Commons:File_renaming site, section "Which files should not be renamed?" Criterion#2: Files should NOT be renamed only because the filename is not English and/or is not correctly capitalized. Remember, Commons is a multilingual project, so there's no reason to favor English over other languages.
Such a renaming can be done only when it is an uploader's request, but it wasn't... Wieralee (talk) 14:43, 19 October 2015 (UTC)

Cape Leeuwin[edit]

Hi, checking the category Lighthouses in Australia by name I noticed that the names, not all, were in alphabetical order as first name (cape, point, head), that was the reason of my changing. I think it does not give a good impression read the list sorted in two different manners. All the best. Chesipiero (talk) 15:07, 11 December 2015 (UTC)

Deleted file and mismached file name[edit]

Hi, you have deleted File:Praha, Wenzigova, film.jpg, but the page still exists and redirects to a file. Unfortunatelly the name of the file should be File:Praha, Wenzigova, film.jpg.--Juandev (talk) 07:19, 4 April 2016 (UTC)

Derive[edit]

Do you know how to derive a picture from an existing one? I mean I want to have a cropped picture and the original too. How can I do it?Krish! (talk) 12:49, 10 April 2016 (UTC)

Battle of Grunwald[edit]

Hi there! I recently marked this file as a duplicate of this one. The earlier was just a picture someone took at the museum. The latter was the exact digital copy, made by the Museum's own photographers, with correct lights to make sure the colors are as true to the original as possible, made according to the best standards of painting reproduction. It took our Wikipedian-in-Residence and our GLAM wizard quite some effort to acquire the copy in decent quality and size. Yet for some reason you deleted the superior version and redirected it to the duplicate. Could you please, please make it right? Halibutt (talk) 11:46, 27 May 2016 (UTC)

Hey, thanks. As to Malczewski, again I double-checked that the text of {{Duplicate}} in Polish and English is the same and it is: it should be placed on the page of the file that should be deleted. OTOH quite often responding admins delete the wrong file, for some reason. It's not the first time :) Perhaps we should change the wording in the template to make it more obvious? Or perhaps create another template to be pasted at the file to be kept? What do you think?
And yes, same goes for Matejko: the version marked as duplicate should be deleted, the one not marked should not. Halibutt (talk) 07:12, 30 May 2016 (UTC)
Hmmm, perhaps an ideal solution would be a gadget with some easier way to actually combine the two files, or rather their descriptions. In many cases on one side we have a GLAM or WiR cooperation file, with description done by the museum itself. On the other however we have a file with description done by the community, sometimes with mistakes, but more often than not with more categories and some more fields. I try to import all the missing info into the better file before nominating, but apparently sometimes I tend to forget about it. Anyway, the {{Artwork}} templates tend to be more and more reliant on Wikidata, which means that in some time we'll be able to fix such problems once and for all. Halibutt (talk) 10:25, 30 May 2016 (UTC)
Oh boy, oh boy, another one... [1]. Just to avoid confusion I uploaded both File:Napoleon Orda - Mir.jpg and File:Napoleon_Orda_-_Mir_-_cropped.jpg, both scanned by the National Library of Poland, with colours as true to the original as possible. Yet you deleted the superior version and redirected it to the lo-res version with skewed colours. Halibutt (talk) 12:11, 1 June 2016 (UTC)
Nyah, I get it's my mistake, I shouldn't have been nominating near-duplicates for speedy deletion in the first place apparently. As someone pointed out, those should be kept for people to chose should they want to use smaller files with skewed colours and lower resolution, or perhaps deleted using the standard procedure. Plus, all our files are described in English as well, so it shouldn't be a problem to get what's what, or is it? Halibutt (talk) 09:22, 2 June 2016 (UTC)