Interestingly, I've just been through a similar thing. All you need to do
is to send a mail to the OTRS team. See
- you cut and paste the text
in the grey box on that page, change as required, and send. You won't need
hectic documentation like affidavits etc, just say who you are and what
license you released it under, and all should be good.
My story: there was a request on the Kraft Foods page for a picture of the
Kraft Foods Headquarters. I got our global social media manager to source
a picture and release it under a free license, but after making it to the
Kraft Foods page, it actually got deleted before we noticed. One email and
a few days wait, and it was back up again.
On Thu, May 17, 2012 at 12:48 PM, ubuntupunk(a)gmail.com <ubuntupunk(a)gmail.com
Some idiot on Wikipedia is trying to delete the cover
of Kagenna Magazine
because there is no evidence on the Internet from 1989 that the image was
published under a Copyleft license. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/
File:Edit09.jpg Does this person have any idea what a world without the
Internet looks like?
I am totally frustrated, since I am the editor who published said image
under the aforementioned copyleft license and do not have any way of
providing proof in the format required before the damn deadline on 22 May.
Could Wikimedia ZA please assist me since I am snowed under with work and
do not have time to sort this out.
I am able to supply an SAPS letter, Affidavit, and photograph of the
David Robert Lewis
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