User talk:Harrypsauce

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Image copyright issues[edit]

Thanks for uploading so many images! If they are your intellectual property, you should license using the appropriate tag.

-CasitoTalk 07:11, 19 Apr 2005 (UTC)

The Irwell Valley Sculpture images were used with the kind permission of the guys who run who also gave permission for some of their text to be used.

  • Thanks for checking up on that stuff. -CasitoTalk 19:20, 21 Apr 2005 (UTC)

Tags added[edit]

I have added the appropriate tags to your images. Unfortunatly, I was able to confirm that the Peel Tower Image is a Wikipedia copyright violation. See the image use policy for more information. For more info on adding tags to images, see Wikipedia:Image_copyright_tags. For info about alerts and user talk pages, see Wikipedia:Talk_page#User_talk_pages. I hope that this is helpful, and I wish you happy editing. -CasitoTalk 18:08, 22 Apr 2005 (UTC)

Archery Image[edit]

Yeah, that's me. I'm curious how you figured it out. I would prefer that you leave future comments on my talk page, since edits to my user page don't send alerts so I may not respond as quickly, and I want to keep my user page uncluttered. -CasitoTalk 02:17, 22 Apr 2005 (UTC)

Irwell Sculpture Trail[edit]

Hi, regarding your message. These images were listed on Wikipedia:Possibly unfree images. You were (very annoying) not warned about that by the person who listed them there. I try to check that out often but not always. And you slipped through. The images were deleted because they were here with permission only. A couple of years that was free enough for Wikipedia but it has gotten more stricter. Only images released under a free license (or public domain) are acceptable. There is another issue with those images though. Even if they would be released under a free license they are still fair use because of the copyright of the statue. Which means that would have to pass Wikipedia:Non-free content criteria, and thirty images on one article is not likely to pass that. Garion96 (talk) 18:26, 6 June 2007 (UTC)