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Sanskruti Balgude deleted because of WP:PROD and also there was question of Paid editing[edit]

Hello, Explicit I want to recreate that article, I see there is a draft for this deleted page here so I'll fix it and I'll ask you to check and request you to move it in the mainspace if article Passes WP:GNG and has WP:RS also I'll try to comply it with WP:NACTOR --Siddharth 🤙🏻 Talk To Me!! 20:00, 26 May 2019 (UTC)

@SidPedian: Very well, please proceed as you have planned. xplicit 00:04, 27 May 2019 (UTC)

Hello Explicit, I have fixed the article please have a look at the sources and if possible move without leaving a redirect. and also marked as review, actresses is highly notable in Marathi (Indian regional) Cinema. I was looking for her latest information I find nothing so created stub, for now, hope other editors will start adding more appropriate information now. --Siddharth 🤙🏻 Talk To Me!! 19:11, 27 May 2019 (UTC)

  • Update I have moved it myself, please do not consider as I'm impatient, it's just I thought it's good to move myself, but if you think it's still not passing GNG and RS I won't mind getting deleted. but she is highly notable please consider googling her before taking any deletion step. --Siddharth 🤙🏻 Talk To Me!! 19:25, 27 May 2019 (UTC)

File:Philadelphia Soul Helmet 2019.png[edit]

Hi Explicit. You deleted this file per WP:F7, but I'm not sure if that was the result of a PROD or some other tag; usually, you mark a file deleted per PROD with "Expired PROD" so maybe it was a case of a disputed non-free use rationale. Anyway, the same file might have been re-uploaded as File:Philadelphia Soul Helmet.png, but I'm not sure. This "new" file has the same WP:NFCC#3a issues as other similar files uploaded by the uploader since it's essentially no different from the other non-free logo being used in the infobox. This is also the same uploader discussed at User talk:Explicit/Archive 31#Arena Football League logos and is not the first time they've uploaded a file which is essentially the same as one which had been previously deleted. (See User talk:Fastily#File:Rio Grande Valley Dorados Helmet 2019.png and User talk:JJMC89#File:Atlantic City Blackjacks Helmet.png for example). Anyway, if this file is different enough to require an FFD discussion then let me know. At the same time, if PROD is also an option then let me know. Thanks in advance. -- Marchjuly (talk) 21:38, 27 May 2019 (UTC)

@Marchjuly: The newly uploaded image is a duplicate of the deleted one. In cases like this where the same file is re-uploaded following a less enforceable deletion, it's best to proceed to WP:FFD. xplicit 23:27, 28 May 2019 (UTC)
Thanks for checking. Do you know who tagged the file for deletion and why it was tagged?
I'd also like your advice on some other similar files which were deleted but subsequently re-uploaded by this editor.
File:Rio Grande Valley Dorados Helmet.png: This is basically the same file which was deleted per Wikipedia:Files for discussion/2019 March 21#File:Rio Grande Valley Dorados Helmet 2019.png with the only real difference being the coloring and design of the helmet imagery. There was also File:Rio Grande Valley Dorados Helmet Logo.png which you deleted as well. Anyway, I've nominated the latest upload for discussion at FFD (as advised by Fastily the admin who closed the first FFD), but it seems a bit pointless to have to go to FFD everytime pretty much the same file is re-uploaded with the same non-free issues. To me it seem like some simply recreating the same deleted article, only moving a few paragraphs around or adding a table or image, but not addressing the reasons why the article was first deleted. For example, File:Chicago Slaughter Helmet Logo.png was deleted via FFD, re-uploaded, and then deleted again per G4 for pretty much the same reasons.
File:Atlantic City Blackjacks Helmet.png: This was prodded and deleted on March 24, 2019 by JJMC89. It was re-uploaded on April 9 only to be deleted once again by you on May 13 per F7. It was then re-uploaded again on May 25. Although the file names are the same, I guess it's possible that the files themselves are slightly different.
File:Arena Football Logo 1987-2002.png: Deleted in March 2014, but re-uploaded in November 2014. Deleted again in November 2014, but re-uploaded in May 2015. Deleted by you in January 2019, re-uploaded the next day. Deleted for a fourth time in February 2019, but re-uploaded in May 2019.
File:AFL Shield.png: Deleted by you in October 2017, but re-uploaded April 2018. Deleted again by you in Janaury 2019, but re-uploaded the next day. Deleted a third time in February 2019, but re-uploaded in May 2019.
This editor seems to be active in spurts: they edit for awhile, take a break, and then return for another round of editing. It seems that when they notice a file they've previously uploaded has been deleted, they simply re-upload the file without really trying to figure out why it was deleted. It's clear from their user talk page that they've been having a problem understanding WP:NFCC and how it's being applied for number of years. They continue to upload files which need to be reduced even though they've been advised about this before by others. Lots of editors make mistakes when it comes to non-free content, even those who go around checking files for problems make mistakes. Mistakes are OK and can usually be sorted out, but this type of editing indicates a pattern which is more of a CIR and IDHT issue than making an occasional mistake. It should be of concern that this editor simply keeps re-uploading deleted files without addressing any of the issues with led to their deletion, with no indication that editor is making any attempt to try and correct or modify their approach. Posts like User talk:Marchjuly#Football helmet images or User talk:NostalgiaBuff97501#Deciding to leave show that previous attempts (like User talk:NostalgiaBuff97501#Non-free logos and crests and User talk:NostalgiaBuff97501#Non-free logos) to try and explain things to this editor haven't been very effective at all. They are convinced they are right and that everyone else is wrong, and also that everyone is just making them unnecessarily jump through lots of hoops just to make their editing less enjoyable. Claiming that the policy is too vague or too hard to figure out might garner some good faith when you're just starting out and learning how things work, but I think this editor has moved well beyond the point of be able to try and justify things using that argument. -- Marchjuly (talk) 01:09, 29 May 2019 (UTC)
File:Philadelphia Soul Helmet 2019.png was tagged by JJMC89 as {{Di-fails NFCC|3a=yes|3a-instances=File:Philadelphia Soul.png|help=off|date=5 May 2019}}.
Not quite sure why Fastily advised an FFD discussion for File:Rio Grande Valley Dorados Helmet.png. WP:CSD#G4 only requires recreated pages to serve the same purpose of the previously deleted pages. Exact duplication of the image is not a requirement.
I deleted File:Atlantic City Blackjacks Helmet.png under WP:CSD#F7 because it is higher up in the deletion hierarchy (PROD < CSD < FFD). I can't deny restoring PRODs unless there are serious copyright right or BLP violations per WP:CONTESTED. I can technically deny restoration of the image deleted under F7, but a different administrator can disagree and restore it, even if it's not necessarily good practice if I had already denied restoration (and are aware of it). I generally can't overturn FFD discussions as they require WP:DRV. For this one, the next step is FFD.
File:Arena Football Logo 1987-2002.png was first uploaded under fair use, but then the license was changed to {{PD-textlogo}}. It was deleted as a result of a WP:PUF discussion and there was no mention of re-adding the non-free license, so it holds no bearing on subsequent uploads as the rest were uploaded under fair use and G4 could not be applied. In retrospect, I probably should have denied deleting the file under F7 in January and suggested FFD instead, as it was deleted as such five years prior.
File:AFL Shield.png was first deleted under WP:CSD#F5 which can't really be enforced since it was re-uploaded. After my initial deletion under F7, it should have been taken to FFD after subsequent deleting re-uploads, but it wasn't, for the same reason as the directly aforementioned file.
I will give NostalgiaBuff97501 a final warning and will immediately block them indefinitely should more NFCC-violating images are uploaded. Sometimes, a serious warning is all it takes. Sometimes. xplicit 02:22, 29 May 2019 (UTC)
Thanks for looking at these. -- Marchjuly (talk) 03:03, 29 May 2019 (UTC)

Undeletion of Picture of Guido Caldarelli at TedxFoggia 2018.png[edit]

Hello, we received an OTRS ticket for this file (ticket:2019032610005834). Can you please undelete it temporarily, so that I can check it? Thanks Ruthven (msg) 15:00, 28 May 2019 (UTC)

@Ruthven:  Done, file restored. xplicit 23:27, 28 May 2019 (UTC)

You have been reported[edit]

Information icon There is currently a discussion at Wikipedia:Administrators' noticeboard/Incidents regarding an issue with which you may have been involved. — Preceding unsigned comment added by NostalgiaBuff97501 (talkcontribs)

You can ignore this. The filer has been indefinitely blocked for sock puppetry and incompetence. NinjaRobotPirate (talk) 21:10, 29 May 2019 (UTC)
Thanks for trying to help sort this out. It’s unfortunate that things ended up as they did, but the way they quickly spiraled out of control probably meant that this would have eventually ended up with the editor being blocked by some admin for some reason most likely sooner than later. The socking, etc. probably won’t help, but their continuing with the IDHT arguments off Wikipedia mean an unblock is very unlikely to be granted. — Marchjuly (talk) 09:52, 30 May 2019 (UTC)

Discussion at WT:FOOTY#Bhutan national football team[edit]

 You are invited to join the discussion at WT:FOOTY#Bhutan national football team. — Marchjuly (talk) 09:28, 30 May 2019 (UTC)

Hi Explicit. Would you mind taking a look at this? There have been many discussions about UUI#17 and how it applies, but none have really established a new consensus. The latest WT:NFCC discussion was moving in that direction, but never quite got there and the talked about RFC never got done. If someone wants to go ahead and do so, then that’s fine; I don’t, however, think enough was resolved to start dismissing NFCR and FFD closes like Wikipedia:Non-free content review/Archive 55#File:Bhutan FA across the board in which files were removed from certain articles. — Marchjuly (talk) 09:44, 30 May 2019 (UTC)

Discussion at File talk:India national football team(s) logo (all N teams).png#Not an orphaned image[edit]

 You are invited to join the discussion at File talk:India national football team(s) logo (all N teams).png#Not an orphaned image. -- Marchjuly (talk) 23:19, 31 May 2019 (UTC)

Hi Explicit. Would you take a look at this as well since it is another upload of File:All India Football Federation 2016.png? This is basically is the same thing that happened at Wikipedia:Files for discussion/2016 February 6#File:India FA.svg, and the other times I've asked you about this User talk:Explicit/Archive 23#Wikipedia:Files for discussion/2016 February 6#File:India FA.svg, User talk:Explicit/Archive 25#How are different of Emblem of CTFA (shield).jpg and India nation football logo.png and User talk:Explicit/Archive 27#File:All India Football Federation 2016.png, but maybe there's something different that I'm missing this time around. -- Marchjuly (talk) 23:30, 31 May 2019 (UTC)

Please Undelete MW 18014[edit]

Hello, I noticed that you deleted MW 18014 because of reliability / notability concerns. Because I have concerns that the original deletion request was not made under good faith, I wish to challenge that deletion. Are you able to undelete MW 18014 so that I can challenge the editor who requested deletion? TIA. Oshah (talk) 20:12, 5 June 2019 (UTC)

@Oshah: Yes check.svg Done – as a contested proposed deletion, the article has been restored upon request. xplicit 23:51, 5 June 2019 (UTC)

Can you please explain why you deleted this photo that I uploaded?[edit]

You deleted

ThebanTomb Where Joseph Smith Papyri Might have come from.jpg

with the reason "F3: File licensed as "for non-commercial use only", "no derivative use", "for Wikipedia use only", "used with permission", or GFDL 1.2 only"

This file was used WITH permission. Can I please have it undeleted? — Preceding unsigned comment added by Epachamo (talkcontribs) 03:01, 8 June 2019 (UTC)

@Epachamo: Hi, at the upload form, you must have indicated that you were uploading the image "for use on Wikipedia only". As a result, your file was automatically tagged for speedy deletion under WP:CSD#F3. The licensing terms are too strict and not allowed on Wikipedia. If the copyright holder would like to release their image under a more specific license, please refer to the instructions at WP:CONSENT. xplicit 04:08, 8 June 2019 (UTC)
@Explicit: Ok, I have gone back and received an unconditional release from the copyright holder. Thanks for helping me do it the right way! Epachamo (talk) 12:58, 8 June 2019 (UTC)