Meta talk:Inclusion policy

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Fair use[edit]

This is not a terribly mature page, as indicated by the lack of any discussion of it (first post!). The "must be free" clause prohibits the use of fair-use images sch as logos and icons of partners and award-grantors who have recognized or contributed to Wikipedia, its sister projects, or the Foundation. I don't see a reason for this, and expect that fair use is most appropriate for related pages such as the Trophy box and any contributors or partners page we should put up. +sj | help with translation |+ 00:29, 28 April 2008 (UTC)

Please discuss policy on Meta:Babel, to ensure wider input. Individual policy talk pages are not sufficiently watched for meaningful discussion. —{admin} Pathoschild 01:57:56, 28 April 2008 (UTC)

Meta:Image use policy[edit]

Please discuss this proposed policy at Meta talk:Image use policy. Thank you, Cirt 19:06, 27 August 2008 (UTC)

Wikia Wiki project[edit]

I have plan to create this article, but I don't know is it relevant for this project... Is it? --Aleksa Lukic 20:35, 28 May 2009 (UTC)

Attack[edit]

What is a "dedicated attack page"? I am conducting a review of things (it is widening as I write here) and am considering moving it to Meta, as it concerns the Foundation and projects as a whole, and is not necessarily encyclopedic or Wikipedia-related (I was blocked from editing Meta and Wikisource, due to incompetence of a Wikipedia admin, for example.) But, I point out, things are likely to come up which may be considered as an "attack", even a "personal attack", such as questioning the competence of an editor, group of editors, formal and quasi-formal entities, etc. It is an important question, as one must also ask, if it is, can one "attack one's self?" by calling into question one's own competence, and being repeated by others, etc. It is quite an ambiguous word to have no explanation. Int21h (talk) 00:16, 7 March 2013 (UTC)