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Where'd you find Dumbledore's Army?
On 2010-10-12, you uploaded a higher resolution version of File:Harrypotter5-roomofrequirement.jpg. Where did you find it? The source information provided on the image description page is useless since it links straight to a Flickr jpg rather than to a page about the picture. The image does not appear to me to be a screen shot of a film as the image description page says, but rather a promotional picture for the film. If that is the case, then the fair use rationale is different. -- ke4roh (talk) 18:52, 7 September 2011 (UTC)
Pic for the Girl Who Waited
While I think its safe that a pic of amy vs old amy to show the makeup/prosthetic would have some likelihood of passing NFCC muster, I would see if you can get a shot where young Amy is looking at her older self through the glass lens, since that is part of the plot/SFX for the show as well, helping to explain the two spearate timelines. --MASEM (t) 01:40, 12 September 2011 (UTC)
- Don't worried if you can't get the right frame on iPlayer... I have it on iTunes, so it's just a matter of finding it. I think that maybe 15-30 seconds before that shot you can see the pretty much what shot you have, but not as tight, showing the edges of the glass. That might be a tad better but I'd have to doublecheck. --MASEM (t) 22:52, 12 September 2011 (UTC)
Battle of the Labyrinth
Hi! I'm a fellow member of the Percy Jackson Task Force, and I have been working on promoting The Battle of the Labyrinth to GA class. I have fixed many problems mentioned in Good article review, but I have been having problems with the last few things, which I have placed here. Do you think you could help? Cheers and happy editing! pluma Ø 00:25, 18 September 2011 (UTC)
October 2011 Wikification drive
|Hi there! I thought you might be interested in WikiProject Wikify's October Wikification Backlog Elimination Drive. We'll be trying to reduce the backlog size by over 1,000 articles and we need your help! Hard-working participants in the drive will receive awards for their contributions, including a brand new one for the single largest wikified article! If you have a spare moment, please join and wikify an article or tell your friends. Thanks!
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WP:FILM September 2011 Newsletter
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