User talk:G10sinha

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Associate editor[edit]

I've now added you as an associate editor of WikiJournal of Medicine. Welcome! I'm about to check with other board members what editorial task is most needed right now, and I'll get back to you. Mikael Häggström (discusscontribs) 11:34, 10 December 2017 (UTC)

Files Missing Information[edit]

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MaintenanceBot (discusscontribs) 02:15, 30 December 2017 (UTC)

Hi! I run the MaintenanceBot and am responding to [1]. The information is much closer, but there are two technical issues remaining.
  1. The first is that the information shows the picture to be your own work, but you do not appear to be holding the phone. Legally, copyright for the image is owned by whomever pressed the button on the phone. If you used a timer, you should say so. If someone else took the picture at your request, you shouldn't indicate own work, but rather that the picture was taken at your request and rights transferred to you.
  2. If you own the rights to the image, you can't claim fair use. The most common license to apply would be {{cc-by-sa-3.0}}. If you don't want others to be able to reuse the image, the best option would be to have someone else own the image (the photographer), and then for you to claim fair use and reuse it with permission. This would technically allow you to use the image but limit use by others.
Let me know if either of these approaches isn't clear or you need more information. Thanks! -- Dave Braunschweig (discusscontribs) 19:21, 30 December 2017 (UTC)