User talk:Vlad Patryshev

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Image:Pacific santacruz ca.jpg[edit]

Hi, I'm really glad you've decided to join Wikipedia. Could you please specify what your source is for Image:Pacific santacruz ca.jpg? Please use one of the tags at Wikipedia:Template messages/Image namespace to specify whether you took the picture yourself yourself, and, if so, how you would like to license it (for example, as public domain or under the GNU Free Documentation License). For more information, see Wikipedia:Images. Thanks! sɪzlæk [ +t, +c ] 23:50, Apr 28, 2005 (UTC)

Thank you! I've set it to FairUse. The picture was taken by my friend, and she gave me permission to publish it on Wikipedia. The person depicted was on May 7, 2005 informed by me about his picture posted on wikipedia, and was glad to hear it (I have a witness to this.) Hope this covers all issues.

I'm afraid it doesn't. Since it's obviously possible to create free licensed photos of the place it can not be used under "fair use" per out Fair use criterea and permission to use on Wikipedia alone is not a free license. Please ask your friend to release the photo under a free content license (must explicitly allow redistribution, modifications and even potential commercial use), otherwise we unfortunately have to delete it and wait for someone to provide a truly free licensed photo. Thanks. --Sherool (talk) 11:44, 24 November 2006 (UTC)

I see. Let's switch it to free content license. I've no clue what exactly I should do. I asked her, and I am sure she'll answer by tomorrow - but what next? Is there a tag or something I should change? -Vlad, 11/25/2006

Message from Jkmstevens[edit]

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Vlad - what company do you work for ?

Thanks John Stevens Chair IEEE 1902.1 standard workgroup —Preceding unsigned comment added by Utcursch (talkcontribs) 16:44, 1 September 2007 (UTC)

Proposed deletion of Pacific Avenue[edit]

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AfD nomination of Pacific Avenue[edit]

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Proposed deletion of Borland Enterprise Server[edit]

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