I admire your effort to put logos back into articles (after having most of them removed). I noticed you did this on the Satyricon and Behemoth page. However, I must warn you. When most of the logos from band pages were originally removed I replaced about 70 logos back into the bodies of articles (as you did on both of those pages) of all these metal bands. However, all 70 or so of those logos were removed (as I'm sure yours will be) soon after, which pissed me off as it took me a long assss time to do all that crap. But anyways, more power to you. Blizzard Beast $ODIN$ 23:02, 7 February 2008 (UTC)
- Oh, I agree with you, I think the logos are a good thing. Don't compare them to pictures, though, because those are also getting removed, though not quite at such a fast rate. All I know is I've uploaded way way more logos than most people on wikipedia and that they're all slowly being removed, and it's retarded. All because of some assholes whose views on things like this make no sense. Anyways, good luck with the editing on wikipedia. Blizzard Beast $ODIN$ 21:34, 12 February 2008 (UTC)
As you can see, if you haven't noticed, both Satyricon and Gorgoroth are now logoless again. It's pretty much one person who is going around removing logos. It was the same guy who removed all my 70 or so logos. He seems to be the only one removing logos, but right now policy supports him so he cannot be stopped. Sorry. A noble effort, though. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Navnløs (talk • contribs) 21:54, 19 February 2008 (UTC)
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UEFA Euro 2012
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Berlin U-Bahn route diagram
Hello! At Commons we’re discussing the “other colors” of BSicons, that is, those other than ‹See Tfm› and ‹See Tfm›. One of the goals to to unify sets of close colors, striving to reduce the whole to only a few of unuform and contrastive color shades. That will affect the Template:Berlin U-Bahn route diagram, so please chime in if you have any spcific advise or warning.
I guess the changes made so far are irrelevant to you (U4 changed from FFFD403 to FFD702, and U5 changed from 825A42 to 8D5B2D), but do you feel it is necessary to
- keep specific filenames, like (
uKBHFa BlnU4) instead of (
- keep the separate Commons category commons:Category:Icons for railway descriptions/Berlin U-Bahn?
And if so, why. (As you probably noticed some of these Belin icons are being used to illustrate other routes, too, like the Bucharest Metro.) Thanks for your input. Tuvalkin (talk) 01:48, 9 March 2013 (UTC)
Hello again! A new doubt come up: Is Berlin U2 better served with (
BHF orange) or (
BHF red)? Your color is much closer to orange, but here is seems to be red(der). Tuvalkin (talk) 20:41, 23 March 2013 (UTC)
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