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Use of Photo on Commons[edit]

I would be happy for you to use my image for your project. The Creative Commons license covers derivative works, and I waive any attribution requirements in this case. Just remember, the licensing requires the derivative work be released under an identical license. I would love to see the finished product. Best Regards Nv8200p talk 12:48, 26 June 2010 (UTC)

Proposed deletion of Albert van der Sandt Centlivres[edit]

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The Spamhaus Project ‎[edit]

I appreciate that your edits were in good faith, but, unfortunately, all of those sources appear to be forums, so they're not considered reliable sources for article purposes. Trivialist (talk) 23:10, 19 June 2013 (UTC)

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Hello fellow translater![edit]

Hi! I saw your post at the Teahouse and thought that I'd give you a call. I translate Swedish articles into English here. If you have some specific questions about things related to translating, you can always ask on my talk page. Best, w.carter-Talk 21:50, 16 July 2014 (UTC)

finnish version of mycomorphbox[edit]

Hi Idyllic,

What would it take to translate it? Someone bilingual and with a free afternoon I imagine. The icons are wordless, so you'd just have to change the accompanying labels in the template code itself. Wouldn't be hard I don't think. There are really only about 60 words to translate.

As for the nice characters on that site you linked - definitely, they could be incorporated, that would be more complicated because you'd have to get into the case structure of the template. And the site you linked has a branching tree structure that might be less conducive to this template, which somewhat relies on all mushrooms being evaluable for each of the parameters. I don't personally have the time to pursue major structural revisions to the template, unfortunately.

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Minor edits[edit]

Many of your recent edits were marked as minor edits, even though they clearly were not minor edits. You might wish to read WP:MINOR to remind yourself of the guidelines on this topic. If in doubt it is best not to mark any edits as minor. Regards, Jonathan A Jones (talk) 08:41, 4 May 2015 (UTC)

Thank you Jonathan, I had a look at the guidelines and can see that I have been a bit approximate in my flagging as minor at times. The changes in tags not being minor was surprising as it is kind of meta data but it obviously can change the way an article is read. I have used my own feelings on whether the sense of the page has changed but the formal guidelines are handy to follow. I will be more conservative in future. Idyllic press (talk) 09:02, 4 May 2015 (UTC)

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