I don't see any problem with it. I'm not sure how it is somehow more
unprofessional than "absentee" (for lack of a better term) pictures being
labeled "Cloak of invisibility?" Or the picture of Rory as "mascot"?
Further, what does "all but neutral" mean?
Really, aren't there better things to do than play morality police because
someone "might" be upset about some ink? This isn't the 1950's. Who is
upset, and why?
On Fri, Jul 12, 2013 at 3:16 AM, Eddy Paine <blogginged(a)outlook.com> wrote:
While its maybe not something for the whole community. Since only Staff
can edit Wikimedia Foundation website I believe this will be the correct
place to post this.
I feel that the staff images on the Foundation site should show the staff
in a good way where nobody can have a problem with it. The images being
made by professionals for that.
I believe the image Brandon Harris is using since this night is not
suitable for a staff picture. The ink he is showing can discourage people
and the picture is all but neutral. Secondly he isn't even really on the
picture his is faded out.
I would strongly advice to keep the images there proffesional.
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