User talk:Agneljose

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Proposed deletion of Saint Theresa Church Perambur[edit]

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The article Saint Theresa Church Perambur has been proposed for deletion because of the following concern:

No evidence this church meets WP:N

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Image copyright[edit]

Hi, thanks for uploading the images in commons:Category:Devasahayam Pillai. However, I'm concerned that these might be deleted, like previous images of the subject. You have asserted that you are the copyright holder. Please could you expand on this? For the source you have only said "Scan"; scan of what? If these are from a book, then you need the explicit permission of the publisher, which must be sent to WP:OTRS.

Sorry about the bureaucracy, but Wikimedia Foundation is very cautious about copyright. – Fayenatic London 13:33, 3 December 2012 (UTC)

Hi Fayenatic london, I requested permission from the author, for these painting were commissioned by Roman Catholic Diocese of Kottar for the beatification ceremony of Bl. Devasagayam Pillai. I received a reply from Fr. A. Gabriel - Vice-Postulator for the cause of beatification of Devasahayam Pillai. He was kind enough to give me the following images to upload to Wikipedia too.
I have forwarded the email conversation to permissions-commons@wikimedia.org. Specially the second image is what Agneljose, has scanned and edited the background, would this email be sufficient for keeping edited images too? --Jayarathina (talk) 12:15, 11 December 2012 (UTC)
Good, that sounds as if you are working in the right direction. I hope Fr Gabriel did not give permission only to use the image on Wikipedia (because that does not work in legal terms), but released it either into the public domain or under a specific licence such as CC-BY-SA. Agneljose should not have stated on the file pages that he is the copyright owner, but that the image is public domain or has been published under a specific licence. If the email conversation with Fr Gabriel was not specific enough, please obtain his more specific permission to publish the images. I expect the Permissions office will give you similar advice anyway.
I had previously written to the Diocese myself but they did not reply to me, so I am pleased that you have at least received their co-operation! – Fayenatic London 12:44, 11 December 2012 (UTC)
I did mention in my email requesting to release the images to Public Domain. But let us wait for the decision of the Permissions office --Jayarathina (talk) 14:47, 11 December 2012 (UTC)