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Thanks for your contributions! I've removed a few of the links to other guides in accordance with Wikitravel:External links, but the original content you've added looks good - thanks! -- Ryan • (talk) • 00:56, 2 March 2009 (EST)
- Actually, it looks like you are copying information directly from http://us.franceguide.com, which is copyrighted and restricted use ("No part of this site may be reproduced using any electronic medium without the express permission of the publication director" ), so it will need to be reverted. The contributions are appreciated, but all content on Wikitravel must be licensed under an open license - see Wikitravel:Copyleft for more info. -- Ryan • (talk) • 01:05, 2 March 2009 (EST)
hi, actually im working for the french tourist office, so im trying to fill the blanks...i wrote some of the article i'm putting online. I'm mainly trying to put informaiton on regions where these is nothing...just let me know if there is a problem
- In order to use this content we would need some official statement indicating that it can be licensed under the CC-SA license - if you could add a note on your user page indicating that you work for the French tourist office, and also add a note on the talk page for any article that has content copied to it indicating that the content is being re-licensed under the CC-SA license that would be sufficient ("Portions of the content on this page have been taken from us.franceguide.com. Permission to use this content under the CC-SA license was granted by XXX, who can be contacted at YYY"). Thanks for the additions! -- Ryan • (talk) • 01:15, 2 March 2009 (EST)
ok i'll do that...i just have to get to good person to give "persmission" as everything is centralized in paris and im working for the Indian Office ;-)..means content come for us. / ins. / uk ./ au. /, ill figure it out today
- Great, thanks! I've restored your content to Champagne-Ardenne (minus some of the links), but if for some reason permission is not granted to release this content under a compatible license then we will need to remove it to avoid any legal issues. -- Ryan • (talk) • 01:27, 2 March 2009 (EST)