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Hi, The reason for doing that was to put the notice at the section where it applies i.e. the article needed the "Bibliography" section to be merged as footnotes, so I put the notice at the bibliography sectoin. Then I noticed that the Bibliography could just be merged into the "References" section so I did that too. Sorry for not making my edits clear. Thanks --10:17, 19 August 2007 (UTC)
- Hi, yes I see what yoy mean. I have moved it back to the top of the article. I will add a more specific one which points out that the "Notes" need to be incorporated into the actual text to the bottom. Thanks -- 11:33, 19 August 2007 (UTC)
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Thanks for your note; I'll try to explain my reasoning. The text was removed as would be any material found to match a copyrighted online source. The YouTube thing seemed not very relevant, and the Henry Art Gallery did not seem to meet guidelines at WP:EL: "Links normally to be avoided" include "Any site that does not provide a unique resource beyond what the article would contain if it became a Featured article." This link does not provide very much information at all on Rodchenko, although as a complement to our rather meager Wikipedia article it certainly adds something of value.
WP requires that the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License be met whenever any copyrighted work is placed into an article (see WP:ERP, for instance the sections "What not to ask permission for" and "Declaration of consent for all enquiries"). Not being a lawyer, I don't know if the permission you've placed in the text satisfies the rules, but I doubt it, and if I don't remove your edit, somebody else may. Probably the soundest approach would be to rewrite the section in your own words, retaining the Rodchenko quote and the citation to Henry Art Gallery. Ewulp (talk) 02:28, 21 August 2008 (UTC)
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