User talk:JDB1983

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Image:Solution.jpg listed for deletion[edit]

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Image:Solution goat car.jpg listed for deletion[edit]

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monty hall image[edit]

Hi - You wrote:

Hi,
I've just come across your discussion on the origin of the Monty Hall problem picture. You were pondering over whether either Robert Saunders or I were the original 'artist'. May I ask why you are wondering this? For the record, I put together the original image which then Robert Saunders copied and reduced the file size. I felt rather 'sore' at this because it would appear that he created the original, whereas if you look deep into the page history you will see that my image predates all his.

I nominated Monty Hall problem as a featured article candidate and one of the comments was about the copyright status of the images (which was what the original query was about). I ended up doing new images for the solution, based on the PD image created by user:aarchiba (:Image:Monty-hall.png), partially to address the copyright status but also to clean up the image (the one that was there was kind of noisy at the pixel level). The new image also doesn't have any text which makes it more useful for non-English versions of Wikipedia. I ended up putting a "presumed GFDL" on Robert's images, but haven't been able to contact him. Was your version recently deleted as part of the great image cleanup campaign? -- Rick Block (talk) 23:22, 26 September 2005 (UTC)

Image copyright problem with Image:Ferrari_F356.jpg[edit]

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June 2010[edit]

Information.svg Welcome, and thank you for your attempt to lighten up Wikipedia. However, this is an encyclopedia and the articles are intended to be serious, so please don't make joke edits, as you did to Watt. Readers looking for accurate information will not find them amusing. If you'd like to experiment with editing, try the sandbox, where you can write practically anything you want. Jc3s5h (talk) 17:33, 13 June 2010 (UTC)

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