Well welch you are at it again with your accusations of anti semitism, and
being an al qaida operative, and supporting 911 and anything else you can
And all this when just a few posts ago you talked about how there is no
place in wikipedia for personal attacks. I nearly fell on the ground
laughing at that one.
So once again for the record.
adding a section on the three oaths is not evidence of anti semitism
neither is putting back the reference to harold shipmans geneolgy .
what is islamaphobic however and down right racist and bigoted is to accuse
someone of being an alqaida operative, supporting the blowing up of 911, etc
because their email address is abuhamza.
I am really, really shocked at the level of unprofessionalism you have shown
phil. how on earth someone allowed you to act as an adminstrator for
wikipedia is beyond me.
From: Philip Welch <wikipedia(a)philwelch.net>
Reply-To: English Wikipedia <wikien-l(a)Wikipedia.org>
To: English Wikipedia <wikien-l(a)Wikipedia.org>
Subject: Re: [WikiEN-l] Getting rid of bad fair use
Date: Mon, 22 May 2006 14:21:39 -0700
On May 22, 2006, at 12:19 PM, Stan Shebs wrote:
artists references multiple photographs and produces an image
of Han Solo where Han is standing in a pose different from any of the
photographs, or in a different or neutral setting, then it's not a
derivative work of any one photograph.
*Still* not off the hook! The copyright covers any sort of
depiction of the character, irrespective of the mechanics of
production. For instance, a Han Solo action figure is not an
exact reproduction of any screenshot from the movie, but it
can only be legally sold under license from the moviemaker. Ditto
for 3D meshes and textures ending up in a Star Wars-themed video
game. As I said in another message, the pros at this are wise to
all kinds of trickery, and there is case law for a remarkable
variety of attempts to find loopholes.
Well, I guess that's that then. No images of Han Solo. (But images of
Harrison Ford are okay for [[Harrison Ford]]?)
Philip L. Welch
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