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Hi, Roundtheworld. Did you create the artwork pictured in Image:Tapa.jpg yourself? LtPowers 10:01, 8 December 2009 (EST)

Sourced from Wikipedia. I have added to the description on the image page.Roundtheworld 05:52, 10 December 2009 (EST)
Thanks. I still have some concerns about it, but I've brought them up with the original photographer. LtPowers 14:08, 10 December 2009 (EST)

Hey, RtW. Hate to bug you again, but I noticed a lot of your recent uploads have the wrong license on them. Please be careful to select the correct license when you upload images from Commons. Thanks! LtPowers 19:30, 6 June 2010 (EDT)

Re: Wrong licences[edit]

On Flickr, down in the right hand column, look for the heading that says "Additional Information". The first line will be the copyright information. It will say either "All rights reserved" or "Some rights reserved". If it says, "Some rights reserved", click on the link and it will show you the Creative Commons license that applies to that image. If it's CC-by, CC-sa, or CC-by-sa, you can upload it to Wikitravel Shared using the same license. If the license is noncommercial, or -nc-, you can't upload it to Wikitravel Shared.

For images from Wikimedia Commons, the license information should be shown clearly on each image description page, in a prominent box underneath the image. Match that information with the correct license from the Wikitravel Shared dropdown list.

-- LtPowers 10:51, 12 June 2010 (EDT)

Also, for Flickr, you can just use this link [1] to begin your search—all images found through that search will be compatible with our license. --Peter Talk 19:20, 13 June 2010 (EDT)

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