On Fri, 2008-08-08 at 16:40 +0530, Vara Prasad Pepakayala wrote: > Thank you very much friends.... I've done it... i'll upload all my > pictures.. and I have shot those pictures myself, so I suppose there > is no need for any licenses. am I correct? Seems like you forgot to save the page (the image is uploaded correctly, though the name would be better off if it contained the wallpaper- prefix, but it is not displayed in the wiki page)? As for the license - it is for you, as the author, to decide what can others do with your work (can they use it? can they modify it?...) Unless you state explicitly the rights you reserved for your work (either by writing them down or selecting a licence that satisfy your needs/wants) it can be considered Public Domain, which basically means that whoever can do whatever he wants with your work (of course, with the exception of deletion). In the art team we tend to use the CC-BY-SA licence as it gives permission to others to re-use or modify your work as long as they give you proper "credits" :-) Martin PS: it's a good practise in mailing lists to quote the message part needed for apprehension of your reply *above* the reply itself, as it helps other to better follow the conversation ;-) Desktop mail clients (I am using Evolution) usually lets you select if you want to quote the original message above or bellow the reply somewhere in the Preferences. Dunno about web-based mail clients.
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