|If you feel that I have reverted an edit or issued a warning in error, please No worries, mate. Geoffand let me know. I do make mistakes. Please don't interpret a reversion or warning on my part as a personal attack on you; it's not. Please bring any error to my attention as I am always open to civil discussion. (I will respond here on my talk page unless you request otherwise.)|
I wanted to upload an image of Taj Gibson that is more up-to-date. Can you perhaps upload it in the correct way, because I couldn't do it.
- Hi, Clutch B. Problem with that image is that it is not a free image. Here are the guidelines on image use, which also includes links to help articles on uploading images: Wikipedia:Image_use_policy. Also, sign your notes with four tildes (~~~~) which will automagically sign your user name and date/time of your note. Welcome! Geoff Who, me? 16:15, 29 June 2014 (UTC)
- Even if that is the correct pronunciation, your edit prevented the wikilink to the article, so it wasn't a good idea. Geoff Who, me? 16:17, 29 June 2014 (UTC)
Would appreciate it if you could upload this image on the page of Taj Gibson, because I don't know how to.
- This one is "all rights reserved," copyrighted and cannot be used. Geoff Who, me? 22:26, 30 June 2014 (UTC)
And this one for the page of Jimmy Butler (Basketball) please.
- This one is "some rights reserved" and cannot be used. Geoff Who, me? 22:26, 30 June 2014 (UTC)
- Clutch B, if those are free photos, you can upload them and link the uploaded files to the articles. Not all photos posted on Flickr are free for use, many are copyrighted and cannot be posted to Wikipedia. Wikipedia:Upload/Flickr is a guidance article about uploading photos from Flickr. It tells you how to identify free photos by their copyright tag and also where to go to upload the images if they are free. Geoff Who, me? 18:27, 29 June 2014 (UTC)
Destructively editing Wikipedia pages User talk:126.96.36.199
I've had a message from you saying that I have destructively edited some Wikipedia pages, specifically the one about Australian Bulldog. I have never edited any Wikipedia pages and I'm not registered to. Since I have recently changed my ISP I believe they have a dynamic ISP number for me. Could it be that I've been sent this message in error?
This is the second time I've had a message from Wikipedia claiming that I'm doing this. But I'm not!
- Hello, David. There are two notices on the IP Talk page from 1 December 2012. I left one and an automated process called ClueBot left the other. As the note at the bottom of the Talk page says, "This is the discussion page for an IP user, identified by the user's IP address. Some IP addresses change periodically, and may be shared by several users. If you are an IP user, you may create an account or log in to avoid future confusion with other IP users. Registering also hides your IP address." It's quite likely that someone at some time was dynamically assigned that IP address in the past and made the edits which concerned me. Don't take it personally. If you would like to avoid such irrelevant messages in future, consider creating an account. More information and links to the creation page are in this article: Wikipedia:Create_an_account. It's free and I recommend it. Geoff Who, me? 21:21, 30 June 2014 (UTC)
Regarding Cerritos CA
- Sorry, mate. My mistake. I went to fix the article and saw you have reverted my revert, which is appropriate. Again, my apologies! Cheers, Geoff Who, me? 23:15, 6 July 2014 (UTC)
Hello Glane23, apologize me but I´m new in wikipedia edit format and I can do some mistakes.. I want give my contribute adding a movie of a GTEM-1500 (whose it´s not a commercial name, but with 1500 we define the internal height of the septum in the test area...in the same way others manufacturers define it..). I think my movie is really much more interesting than the yours issued that refer only at some test environments, inclusive the Gtem, but out of the focus! Second I wish correct some wrongs in the definition of GTEM i.e.: flared coaxial line than the term: ..waveguide.... in the definition area! and add more contributes also. Best regards Fiorenzo De Lucia techn. manager GTEMCELL ltda www.gtemcell.com — Preceding unsigned comment added by Fiorenzo DeLucia (talk • contribs) 16:38, 13 July 2014 (UTC)
- This video has commercial content - especially visible right at the end, where the brand is rubbed in your eyes. It really cannot be linked to from Wikipedia. — Cheers, Steelpillow (Talk) 17:31, 13 July 2014 (UTC)
- Thanks, Steelpillow! Geoff Who, me? 18:38, 13 July 2014 (UTC)
- Then I will listen to the voiceover on a box that has sound and see if it is also up to standard. — Cheers, Steelpillow (Talk) 18:42, 13 July 2014 (UTC)
I did provide a damn source
http://empirenews.net/hollywood-shocker-gilligans-island-star-discovered-to-be-zodiac-killer/ So put back what I edited or improve apon what I edited
Do not remove what I edited it's there for a reason
- I disagree that this article in Empire News is reliable. The clue is in the last part, in which a judge sentences the deceased to 100 years and strikes his credits from Gilligan's Island reruns. And read the website's disclaimer here: Disclaimer. Geoff Who, me? 13:44, 26 July 2014 (UTC)
Why did you edit? I visited the zoo today and provided some interesting commentary for someone who hasn't been there before. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 188.8.131.52 (talk) 23:41, 26 July 2014 (UTC)