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Hello Sabine, I saw your recent activity, and it looked to me as if you were pasting dictionary articles from some other digital source. What source was it from? We don't want to risk any copyright troubles here. Please specify the source of your articles when creating them in the Summary field so anybody can see it in the history. Or state it explicitely in the article. For example, Glottopedia articles which were copied from Wikipedia have their own [[:Category:From Wikipedia]], like the article about [[Franz Dornseiff]]. Actually I want to encourage and ask you to fill in the summary field each time you edit an article. This is very useful information for users browsing the recent changes and proofreading the recent state of articles. --[[User:Sven Siegmund|Sven Siegmund]] 22:15, 12 July 2007 (CEST)
 
Hello Sabine, I saw your recent activity, and it looked to me as if you were pasting dictionary articles from some other digital source. What source was it from? We don't want to risk any copyright troubles here. Please specify the source of your articles when creating them in the Summary field so anybody can see it in the history. Or state it explicitely in the article. For example, Glottopedia articles which were copied from Wikipedia have their own [[:Category:From Wikipedia]], like the article about [[Franz Dornseiff]]. Actually I want to encourage and ask you to fill in the summary field each time you edit an article. This is very useful information for users browsing the recent changes and proofreading the recent state of articles. --[[User:Sven Siegmund|Sven Siegmund]] 22:15, 12 July 2007 (CEST)
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:Thanks for the anwer, all the best, --[[User:Sven Siegmund|Sven Siegmund]] 09:21, 23 July 2007 (CEST)

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Hello, Sabine Patzschke

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Welcome again, and have a lot of fun, --Haspelmath 15:51, 12 July 2007 (CEST)

Hello, what are your sources?

Hello Sabine, I saw your recent activity, and it looked to me as if you were pasting dictionary articles from some other digital source. What source was it from? We don't want to risk any copyright troubles here. Please specify the source of your articles when creating them in the Summary field so anybody can see it in the history. Or state it explicitely in the article. For example, Glottopedia articles which were copied from Wikipedia have their own Category:From Wikipedia, like the article about Franz Dornseiff. Actually I want to encourage and ask you to fill in the summary field each time you edit an article. This is very useful information for users browsing the recent changes and proofreading the recent state of articles. --Sven Siegmund 22:15, 12 July 2007 (CEST)

Thanks for the anwer, all the best, --Sven Siegmund 09:21, 23 July 2007 (CEST)