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Description
English: Mark Evanier at the 2005 Reuben Awards.
Date 2007-06-13 (original upload date)
Source Transferred from en.wikipedia.
Author Craig Boldman. Original uploader was Alan De Smet at en.wikipedia
Permission
(Reusing this file)

I, en:User:Alan De Smet just cropped the image, nothing else. I relinquish any and all copyright claims I might have. As such, only the original copyright claims apply.

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This licensing tag was added to this file as part of the GFDL licensing update.

The full text of the licensing for en::Image:Mark Evanier.jpg follows:

This is an original photograph of en:Mark Evanier taken by Craig Boldman. It was taken at the 2005 en:Reuben Awards. The image has been retouched, Boldman indicates that he repositioned Evanier's name tag. Boldman has licensed the photograph under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.5 license. He requests that credit include a link to http://www.craigboldman.com . The full email exchange in which he licensed it follows:

Date: Thu, 17 May 2007 15:31:29 -0500
From: Alan De Smet <em>email address removed</em>
To: <em>email address removed</em>
Subject: Licensing photo of Evanier from "Reuben Scrapbook 2005"

This is intended for the copyright holder (and more specifically,
the person who can discuss licensing) of the photograph of Mark
Evanier in a tuxedo appearing on the page titled "Reuben
Scrapbook 2005" at
http://www.ncs-glc.com/GLC/reubens_2005/reubens_2005_2.html .
Could you please forward this to the copyright holder, or direct
me to the appropriate person?


To the copyright holder of the image labelled " POSTED 6/26/05:
Sergio collaborator and host of the legendary Quick On The Draw!
show, Mark Evanier."
http://www.ncs-glc.com/GLC/reubens_2005/reubens_2005_2.html ,
with a file name of "evanier.gif" at the URL
http://www.ncs-glc.com/GLC/reubens_2005/evanier.gif

I am an editor of Wikipedia (http://wikipedia.org ), a
multilingual project to create a complete, accurate, and
open-content encyclopedia.  Volunteers from around the world
collaboratively edit Wikipedia, which is one of many projects of
the non-profit Wikimedia Foundation
(http://wikimediafoundation.org ). We depend on photography to
clearly illustrate our articles.

Your photograph, with the file name "evanier.gif" appearing at
http://www.ncs-glc.com/GLC/reubens_2005/evanier.gif and
portraying writing Mark Evanier looks like it would be an
excellent illustration for the Wikipedia article about Mark
Evanier (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mark_Evanier ).  Would you
be so kind as to allow Wikipedia to reuse your image?

We can only use your material if you are willing to
grant permission for it to be used under terms of a suitably free
license.  The two most convenient would be the Creative Commons
Attribution-ShareAlike 2.5 license*, or the GNU Free
Documentation License* (GFDL). This means that although you
retain the copyright and authorship of your own work, you are
granting permission for others to use, copy, and share your
materials freely, and even potentially use them commercially, so
long as they do not try to claim the copyright themselves, or try
to prevent others from using or copying them freely (e.g.,
"share-alike").  Please do note that your contributions may not
remain intact as submitted; these licenses, as well as the
collaborative nature of our project, also entitles others to
edit, alter, and update them at will, i.e., to keep up with new
information, or suit the text to a different purpose.  If you're
worried about such things, the GFDL expressly protects creators
"from being considered responsible for modifications made by
others."

* The Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.5 license is
summarized here:
 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.5/
while the full details are here
 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.5/legalcode)
A copy of the GNU Free Documentation License is here:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Text_of_the_GNU_Free_Documentation_License

If you do agree to grant permission for use, we will credit you,
state the image was based on your work and is used with your
permission, and provide a link back to your website.  Just let me
know how you would like to be credited, and if a link different
than
http://www.ncs-glc.com/GLC/reubens_2005/reubens_2005_2.html
would be appropriate.  I'll upload a full copy of my request and
your response along with the image as evidence of your
permission.

If you have any questions about the process, what rights you
would be granting, or anything related, please let me know and
I'll answer to the best of my ability.

I hope you will consider accepting our request.

Thank you for your time,

Alan De Smet

-- 
Alan De Smet              <em>Personal website address removed</em>
To: <em>email address removed</em>
Subject: Re: Licensing photo of Evanier from "Reuben Scrapbook 2005"
Date: Thu, 17 May 2007 23:08:21 -0400
From: <em>email address removed</em>

  Hi Alan,
 
 This is to grant permission for you to use the Mark Evanier photo in your Wikipedia entry on Evanier, under the terms that you describe. I am the photographer and copyright holder.
 
 I have attached a high-res version of the photo, which is the version I prefer you work with. Feel free to crop and resize as you see fit. (This version contains some minimal retouching -- Namely, I have repositioned Mark's name tag, which was crooked in the original photo.)
 
 The photo should be credited to Craig Boldman.
 
 For a website link, please use:
 http://www.craigboldman.com
 
 All the best,
 Craig
    Craig Boldman
 <em>phone number removed</em>
 
 http://www.ncs-glc.com
 
 
 
    
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Date: Fri, 18 May 2007 13:44:17 -0500
From: Alan De Smet <em>email addres removed</em>
To: <em>email address removed</em>
Subject: Re: Licensing photo of Evanier from "Reuben Scrapbook 2005"

<em>email address removed</em> wrote:
> This is to grant permission for you to use the Mark Evanier
> photo in your Wikipedia entry on Evanier, under the terms that
> you describe. I am the photographer and copyright holder.

Thank you very much.

Unfortunately I may have been a bit confusing; I was offering two
possible licenses.  Are you saying that you're willing to license
the photo of Mark Evanier you attached ("evanier_boldman.jpg")
under both the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.5
license _and_ the GNU Free Documentation License?  That's fine,
it means that people can pick either license when they reuse your
photograph, but I do want to be very clear that that is your
intention.

-- 
Alan De Smet              <em>Personal website address removed</em>

To: <em>email address removed</em>
Subject: Re: Licensing photo of Evanier from "Reuben Scrapbook 2005"
Date: Mon, 11 Jun 2007 21:11:20 -0400
From: <em>email address removed</em>

 Hi Alan,

Apologies; I'm afraid was sloppy at addressing this matter in haste before I left town. I'll opt to offer the Evanier photo for license under the creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.5 licence.

best,
Craig



Craig Boldman
<em>phone number removed</em>

http://www.ncs-glc.com







 


 

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Credit should be given to "Craig Boldman" with a link to http://www.craigboldman.com .

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