Alex G wrote:
The problem, I've seen, with the Flickr system is
that when trusted
users spot a Flickrvio and template it accordingly, they can't delete
it, and it goes into the "possibly unfree cat". That cat also contains
all the images where the Flickr user has change the image's license (the
thing they're not allowed to do but still do), so it's very difficult to
check the cat for always-unfree images, compared to once-free images,
simply because it's so full.
At least, that's what I've seen. I may be wrong, since I just delete
the Flickrvios when I review them.
Solutions to this? I don't know...we need the trusted users to help
with the backlogs, but we don't trust them to delete, yet. Create a new
category for those they tagged as unfree? I'm sure there are other
issues with Flickr license issues, that way.
Change the way to do flickr reviewing. If the image differs from flickr,
I use to delete those images with flickr source which don't have a free
license, because it's too improbable that an image uploaded two days ago
has changed its flickr license to an unfree one.