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Re: QR Promo
Sorry for not checking the user's talk page before tagging. I've been involved with this issue on the en.wikipedia side of things, where User:Official Quiet Riot has been blocked for an inappropriate username, and the replacement account, User:Pinkmermaid, has stated that the pictures in general are promotional but not in the public domain. See en:Talk:Quiet Riot#Photo for the discussion in question. C.Fred (talk) 13:55, 22 September 2010 (UTC)
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I am now proud owner of a TUSC account!
Request for License reviewer status
The questions that were asked on your request where nothing out of the ordinary. I asked them only to evaluate if you understood both the licensing policy and the procedures for reviewing images. I have no doubt that you understand the licensing policy, but I opposed your request because I was concerned because your answer to the last question did not demonstrate that you understood the procedures for reviewing images. I added a few questions to your second request. If you take the time to carefully review the procedures for reviewing images and answer the questions I will have no problem supporting your request. Thank you for your time and sorry for any confusion, MorganKevinJ(talk) 04:29, 25 March 2011 (UTC)