Talk:Coffee Hag albums

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Copyright issue (resolved)[edit]

Copyright of the text : Author User:Knorrepoes is owner of the source page, see also Whois information.

This is not a copyright violation, see also the remark above. I am the author of both the Wikipedia item as well as the original site, see my own user page as well as the whois information of 18:26, 7 July 2007 (UTC)

What? The db tag says it is a copyvio of its own talk page... SGGH speak! 22:13, 7 July 2007 (UTC)

The writer needs to decide who owns the copyright. If they want the text on Wikipedia, then Wikipedia must own it. There can be no copyright notices on Wikipedia except Wikipedia's GFDL license (so-called "copyleft"). If you remove your claim to the copyright and state here that Wikipedia has your permission to use the text from a page or a site that you own (so that it is clear that there is no copyright violation), then I will be happy to remove the notice. It just needs to be clear. As it stands now, there is an overlap of copyright claims here and that can't continue. Please read Wikipedia:Copyrights. Essentially, by placing text and images on Wikipedia you are giving them away for public use. Thus if you own the copyright because you created them and claim copyright elsewhere, then you must make it clear that you are giving it away. In practice, I would advise you to keep your text on your site and publish a condensed or reworded version on Wikipedia. Then there would not be any conflict or confusion over copyright. Hu 00:02, 8 July 2007 (UTC)

I have changed the Speedy Delete tag to a ProD (Proposed for Deletion) tag, which gives the writer more time to read the policy page and decide what to do. Hu 00:18, 8 July 2007 (UTC)

I have no problem to give permission (otherwise I would not put it on Wikipedia...). The text as used now on Wikipedia is free to use and change by everyone. It is taken from my site by myself and by doing so the texts have become available for public use. Knorrepoes 12:53, 8 July 2007 (UTC)

Given the strikethrough of the claim at the head of this page, I am withdrawing my ProD from the article, because my concerns have been satisfied. Looks like a good article! Well done. Hu 00:37, 9 July 2007 (UTC)

Start class rating[edit]

This article is Start Class - there is a complete lack of inline citations, which is required for B class. Otherwise, it would easily be a B, if no GA. - Jarry1250 (t, c) 17:37, 17 February 2009 (UTC)