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Hello. I see you recently uploaded a few photos for use on the articles you created, but you did not attribute any sources. I will unfortunately have to delete a few of them because of copyright issues, but some can be kept because they are technically in the [[wikipedia:public domain|public domain]]. I would advise reading through our [[Currency Wiki:Images|image policy]] before adding any more images to the wiki so you know some of the restrictions, requirements, etc in place here. :) --{{User:Dser/sig2|23:15, 12/12/13}}

Latest revision as of 23:15, 12 December 2013

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Dser (talk) 18:45, December 12, 2013 (UTC)

Hello[edit source]

Hello. I see you recently uploaded a few photos for use on the articles you created, but you did not attribute any sources. I will unfortunately have to delete a few of them because of copyright issues, but some can be kept because they are technically in the public domain. I would advise reading through our image policy before adding any more images to the wiki so you know some of the restrictions, requirements, etc in place here. :) --Dser Bc · A (talk | email) 23:15, 12/12/13

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