User talk:636Buster

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Canadian Coin Images[edit]

Hi 636Buster

Just an FYI, the representations of Canadian coins are copyrighted to the Royal Canadian Mint, so they need a fair use rationale (like there is on my versions) even if you drew them yourself. They also aren't allowed on the Commons, which is free-media-only. If you'd like to add in the fair-use rationale for your versions, we can replace mine with yours in the article, as yours are nicer images and are more up-to-date than my photographs of an older edition of the coin. Grandmartin11 (talk) 19:42, 10 March 2014 (UTC)

In reply to your message on my talk page, what you need to do is upload the image to Wikipedia, not to the Commons, and insert the non-free currency template and a fair use rationale template with appropriate information in the Licensing section, same as the ones I have on my versions of the coin image. Grandmartin11 (talk) 20:29, 10 March 2014 (UTC)

East Palestine, Ohio[edit]

Hi, Buster. Just wanted you to know I have reverted your edit at the above article. City, Village, Town, Borough, etc. are legal descriptions, not subjective terms to describe size. East Palatine is legally a village. Glad you are here. Feel free to contact me on my talk page if you ever need any help. I will leave you some helpful links to policies and such and one to a Q&A forum especially for new editors. Thanks for being here. Although it isn't exactly simple, editing Wikipedia is fun! John from Idegon (talk) 19:32, 17 April 2014 (UTC)

Northern Lights[edit]

Hey, I undid your edit to Northern Lights Shopping Center. Although it was done in good faith, Walmart is on a separately-owned parcel of property not owned by Zamias, and is not legally considered part of Northern Lights due to Giant Eagle's lease at Northern Lights. The road that now goes through Northern Lights to Walmart is a public road owned by Economy Borough, not an access road owned by Walmart and/or Zamias. Even though it is the only access to the new Walmart, it is a public road. Jgera5 (talk) 03:22, 27 May 2014 (UTC)

Greater Cleveland[edit]

In regards to the Cleveland-Elyria MSA and the Cleveland-Akron-Canton CSA, Greater Cleveland is specifically about the Cleveland-Elyria MSA, though it has mention of the CSA. Up until a year or so ago, Northeast Ohio redirected to Greater Cleveland, so a lot of NE Ohio information was included in the Greater Cleveland article. Some of the CSA info still remains in the article on Greater Cleveland, but most of it is (or should be) in the Northeast Ohio article simply because the CSA covers most of NE Ohio, while Greater Cleveland seems to most often refer to the MSA area (Cuyahoga County and adjacent counties like Lorain, Lake, Geauga). --JonRidinger (talk) 20:52, 14 July 2014 (UTC)

Manual of Style[edit]

I have reverted your edit regarding "Savannah Metropolitan Statistical Area." It should not be italicized in the article; moreover, the official long titles (with state postal abbreviations) used by the US Census Bureau do not appear in general articles in Wikipedia and do not follow the Manual of Style. It is unnecessary to impose an anomalous style on an article of long standing that already follows WP protocols. Thanks.Mason.Jones (talk) 00:56, 25 October 2014 (UTC)


There is no consensus as to whether Infobox settlement or Geobox is preferred, it is more of a personal preference. Arbitrarily changing it, especially in a featured article, isn't exactly good form. I've considered using Infobox settlement, but liked the appearance and flexibility of the Geobox better. If there's a been a change in consensus, let me know, it's possible I'm just not up-to-date with these changes. Niagara ​​Don't give up the ship 02:54, 29 November 2014 (UTC)


Can I ask why you do not feel bound by the BRD guideline? You boldly add infoboxes (2,000+ bytes) to two articles, are reverted and then revert again, never bothering to open a discussion on the talk page or my user page.

Your infobox on East Francia tells us that the last king died in 911, while East Francia continued on until 962, when it was disestablished. Both "facts" are false. The map you added to both articles shows Navarre as a part of France and Brittany as not. If anything, it should be the other way around. Srnec (talk) 23:07, 23 December 2014 (UTC)

Guilford Lake, Ohio[edit]

I have submitted a move request for the article Guilford Lake, Ohio. The name of the community seems to be Guilford rather than Guilford Lake. Your comments would be welcome. •••Life of Riley (TC) 03:30, 6 July 2015 (UTC)

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