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As part of a nearly-completed shift to distinguish requests for photos from requests for images in general, it is requested that this template be modified to place talk pages in "Wikipedia requested images of..." categories, rather than the old "Wikipedia requested photographs of..." categories. As such, please supplement all references to "photo(s) of..." and "photograph(s) of..." with "image(s) of..." in both the template and its documentation, while maintaining backwards compatibility for the old "photo" parameters. In particular, change "photograph or picture" to simply "image". Note that the "Wikipedia requested images of..." categories have already been created. Thank you! — s w p bT 15:22, 7 December 2015 (UTC)
Mock-up in sandbox. — s w p bT 14:23, 9 December 2015 (UTC)
I have added a great deal to the entry on Franklin Rhoda based on extensive research including old diaries in my personal possession. Franklin Rhoda is my Great Grandfather. In recently updating my family tree and reading Franklin Rhoda's diaries I thought there should be an entry in Wikipedia for him. I went to Wikipedia and found that there was already an entry. But this entry was essentially limited to his work during three summers as a topographer in the Rockies. Given that he accomplished a great deal during the other part of his life, I decided to amend the entry drawing heavily on research of others especially historian Dr. Mike Foster who published many articles about Franklin Rhoda. But as Franklin's Great Grandson I admit that I must be biased. I welcome the edits, corrections, deletions and other input on the current entry on Franklin Rhoda. Thank you.
My name is John Truscott. I am English and trained as an actor at the Central School of Speech and Drama, London. I acted in two films: The Spy Who Loved Me and Taxandria. I notice that in your biography of John Truscott the Australian designer you have attributed my filmography to him. This is distressing to me. Please note that Taxandria was made in 1994, the year after the designer John Truscott died. Will you please alter your biography of the designer? — Preceding unsigned comment added by Jaytruscott (talk • contribs) 11:29, 15 November 2017 (UTC)