WikiQueer:File copyright tags/All

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Free licenses[edit source | visual editor]

Free content is free as in freedom. This page links to some of the most popular licenses for releasing such content.

Wikipedia's version of this page can be reached via http:// tinyurl.com/WikiFree if you wish to refer someone to that page.

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Apache[edit source | visual editor]

Apache logo

Berkeley Software Distribution[edit source | visual editor]

BSD
  • {{BSD}} — BSD licenses

Creative Commons[edit source | visual editor]

Creative Commons, some rights reserved.
  • {{cc-zero}} — Creative commons zero 1.0 license.
  • {{cc-by}} — Attribution 1.0 license.
  • {{cc-by-2.0}} — Attribution 2.0 license.
  • {{cc-by-2.5}} — Attribution 2.5 license.
    • {{cc-by-2.5-in}} — Attribution 2.5 India license based on Indian law.
    • {{Agência Brasil}} — A photo copyrighted by Agência Brasil
  • {{cc-by-3.0}} — Attribution 3.0 license
    • {{Kremlin.ru}} - Images from Kremlin.ru, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0.
  • {{cc-sa}} — ShareAlike 1.0 license.
  • {{cc-by-sa}} — Attribution-Sharealike 1.0 license.
  • {{cc-by-sa-2.0}} — Attribution-Sharealike 2.0 license.
  • {{cc-by-sa-2.5}} — Attribution-Sharealike 2.5 license.
    • {{cc-by-sa-2.5-in}} — Attribution-Sharealike 2.5 India license based on Indian law.
  • {{cc-by-sa-3.0}} — Attribution-Sharealike 3.0 license.

Other Creative Commons licenses exist but are non-free for use in WikiQueer. See Non-free Creative Commons licenses for a full list and explanation.

WTFPL[edit source | visual editor]

  • {{WTFPL}} — A release under the WTFPL achieves the same freedom as a public domain release, even in countries that do not recognize an ability to release works into the public domain.

Free Art license (Licence Art Libre)[edit source | visual editor]

Copyleft
  • {{FAL}} — Free Art license (info)

GNU's Not Unix![edit source | visual editor]

GNU

NB: These licenses require reprinting the entire license text with any reuse of the image. If you created the image yourself, please consider using a different license. If one include any of the content, the entire book/section goes under GFDL, unlike CC-BY-SA

  • {{GFDL}} — GNU Free Documentation License (no invariant sections or cover texts)
  • {{GPL}} — GNU General Public License. This tag is designed for GPL images licensed by others (usually as part of a software package). Do not use it to tag images you created yourself. Use another free license.
    • {{GPL-2}} — GNU General Public License, version 2 only.
  • {{LGPL}} — GNU Lesser General Public License. This tag is designed for LGPL images licensed by others (usually as part of a software package). Do not use it to tag images you created yourself. Use another free license.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology[edit source | visual editor]

MIT
  • {{MIT|Copyright holder}} — MIT License. This tag is designed for MIT images licensed by others (usually as part of a software package). Do not use it to tag images you created yourself, since the MIT license is intended to be applied to software, not images. Use another free license.

Mozilla[edit source | visual editor]

Mozilla
  • {{MPL}} — Mozilla Public License.
  • {{MTL}} — Mozilla's MPL/GPL/LGPL tri-license. Firefox is licensed under this license.

UK Government[edit source | visual editor]

  • {{OGL}} — Open Government License.

W3C[edit source | visual editor]

Public domain[edit source | visual editor]

Remember that most images you find on the Web are not public domain, even if they list no explicit copyright information. Images only qualify as being in the public domain if they fall under certain specific categories described below — images ineligible for copyright protection, very old works, works by certain government employees, and works where an explicit disclaimer of copyright has been made in writing by the author.

For a simple chart on US Public Domain regulations (WikiQueer servers are located in the US and fall under US guidelines) see the chart here.

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General[edit source | visual editor]

  • {{OldOS}} — for maps and sections of maps taken from Ordnance Survey (OS) maps over 50 years old (currently by 1963).
  • {{PD-EU-no author disclosure}} — for images published more than 70 years ago (currently by 1943) without an attached claim of authorship.
  • {{PD-font}} — for images that consist solely of rasterized characters from one or more typefaces.
  • {{PD-ineligible}} — for images that are inherently ineligible for copyright protection because they are based exclusively on common knowledge with no element of creativity. An example would be Image:F Major key signature.png or things like multiplication tables. If you have any doubts, please ask.
  • {{PD-old}} — for images where the author died more than 100 years ago (currently in 1913 or earlier). (Note: not where the work, image, or subject is 100 or more years old)
  • {{PD-US}} — for images published in the U.S. before 1923 or in some other cases.
  • {{PD-US-1923-abroad}} — for images first published outside of the U.S. before 1923.
  • {{PD-US-1996}} - for images first published outside of the U.S. from 1923 to 1977 (inclusive), but PD in the foreign source country on January 1, 1996. For the precise rules, see the template text.
  • {{PD-old-70}} — for images where the author (e.g., photographer, painter, graphic artist) died more than 70 years ago (currently by 1943). (Note: not where the work, image, or subject is 70 or more years old.)
  • {{Stamp-PD-US-1923-abroad}} — for images of postage stamps first published outside of the U.S. before 1923 and therefore PD in the U.S.
  • {{PD-Pre1978}} — for images published in the United States prior to 1978 without explicit notice of "copyright, year, owner" or "©" attached.
  • {{PD-Pre1964}} — for images published in the United States prior to 1964 for which copyright was not renewed within 28 years of the date of publication
  • {{PD-shape}} — for images that only contain very simple geometric shapes.
  • {{PD-text}} — for images that only contain very simple geometric shapes and text written in very simple typefaces.
  • {{PD-textlogo}} — for images of logos that consist of only simple geometric shapes and/or text written in very simple typefaces.

Dedications[edit source | visual editor]

These tags are used for an author to attempt to release their work into the public domain, disclaiming any copyright. See WikiQueer: Granting work into the public domain.

  • {{PD-link}} — a statement intended to release a contributor's own work into public domain and request an entirely optional link back to WikiQueer from anyone reproducing it
  • {{PD-self}} — a statement intended to release a contributor's own work into public domain
  • {{PD-user|username}} — a statement intended to release a particular user's own work into public domain by a WikiQueer editor. For WikiQueer editors not on the English WikiQueer, use {{PD-user|username|language code}} where the language code is the two-character ISO 639-2 code (lowercase) that corresponds to the language of the WikiQueer where the user has an account.
  • {{PD-retouched-user|username}} — remarking that a previous PD work has been digitally enhanced, and re-released into public domain by a WikiQueerian.
  • {{PD-author|name}} — stating that the work is released into the public domain by its author, whose name is given

Art[edit source | visual editor]

  • {{PD-art}} — for images of 2-D (flat) works of art where the artist died more than 100 years ago.
    • {{PD-art-life-70}} — for images of 2-D (flat) works of art where the artist died more than 70 years ago.
    • {{PD-art-US}} — for images of 2-D (flat) works of art published prior to 1923.
    • {{PD-art-3d}} — for images of 3-D works of art where the artist died more than 100 years ago. This license ONLY covers the work of art. Photographic reproductions of 3-d objects attract their own copyright, therefore the appropriate image licensing tag should be used in addition.
    • {{PD-art-70-3d}} — for images of 3-D works of art where the artist died 70 or more years ago. This license ONLY covers the work of art. Photographic reproductions of 3-d objects attract their own copyright, therefore the appropriate image licensing tag should be used in addition.
  • {{PD-music}} — for works of music where the artist died more than 100 years ago.

Intergovernmental[edit source | visual editor]

  • {{PD-Hubble}} — for public domain images from the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope as described on [1] and [2]
  • {{PD-UN}} — for public information material designed primarily to inform the public about United Nations activities, not including public information material that is offered for sale
    • {{UN map}} — for UN maps in particular. The image should not claim to be a UN map, only to be based on one, and the original reference number should not be included.
  • {{PD-USGov}} — For works produced by an employee of the United States government in the performance of his or her duties. This blanket exemption does not apply to content published by other American governments, such as state, county, or city governments, who generally hold copyright unless they disclaim it; see Category:US_State_PD_templates for information on those that do.
  • {{PD-laws}} — There is an exception to the above. Edicts of government, such as judicial opinions, administrative rulings, legislative enactments, public ordinances, and similar official legal documents are not copyrightable for reasons of public policy. This applies to such works whether they are Federal, State, or local as well as to those of foreign governments.
    • {{PD-CA-State-Capitol-Museum}} — Works published on the website of the California State Capitol Museum. Such works are in the public domain unless specifically noted otherwise. This PD status includes their portrait gallery of Governors of California.
    • {{PD-FLGov}}
  • {{PD-US-patent}} — In general, the text and images of United States patents are not copyrighted.[3] In specific cases, patent applicants and holders may claim copyright in portions of those documents. Such applicants are required to identify the portions that are protected under copyright, and are additionally required to state the following within the body of the application and patent:[4] [5]

Other countries[edit source | visual editor]

Whenever an image is tagged using one of these tags, the image description page should also contain some rationale as to whether and why the image is presumed to be in the public domain in the U.S., too! See also {{PD-US-1996}}, which can be used to state that the copyright on the image was not restored by the URAA.

  • {{PD-AR-Photo}} — for photographs first registered in Argentina over 25 years ago. (Law 11.723, Article 34)
  • {{PD-Albania}} — for works after the author has died at least 70 years ago, or for joint works created or published more than 70 years ago.
  • {{PD-Australia}} — for published photographs where the creator has died at least 70 years ago, or photographs taken prior to 1955.
  • {{PD-AustraliaGov}} — for works published by the Australian government or held under Crown Copyright in Australia more than 50 years ago.
  • {{PD-AzGov}} — for official signs and emblems of Azerbaijan.
  • {{PD-Bangladesh}} — for photographs published in Bangladesh over 60 years ago.
  • {{PD-BrazilGov}} — for "Brazilian official symbols" i.e. flags and symbols.
  • {{PD-Brazil-no author disclosure}} — for images published more than 70 years ago with neither an attached nor subsequent claim of authorship.
  • {{PD-BritishGov}} — for images created by the British Government and published prior to 1956.
  • {{PD-Canada}} — for Canadian photographs not subject to Crown copyright taken before 1949.
  • {{PD-China}} — for photographs taken in China over 50 years ago, or for non-photographic images where the author died more than 50 years ago.
  • {{PD-Col}} — for all "works of art and literature" in Colombia whose creators died more than 80 years ago, for "folkloric works" or unknown authors, and for works whose creators had renounced to rights
  • {{PD-CzechGov}} — for state symbols and symbols of other self-governing units.
  • {{PD-Coa-Germany}} — for coats of arms of German corporations governed by public law ("Körperschaften des öffentlichen Rechts"). Note that while the design is free their use is restricted
  • {{PD-Ethiopia-Photo}} — for photographic work not part of a collection or not published in a book, bearing no author or author's agent name or adress.
  • {{PD-GermanGov}} — for statutes, ordinances, official decrees or judgments issued by a German federal or state authority, or court
  • {{PD-GreekGov}} — for official legislative, administrative or judicial documents issued by the Greek Government.
  • {{PD-HK}} for images and photographs taken in Hong Kong where the author died more than 50 years ago, or unknown authorship works which were published over 50 years.
  • {{PD-India}} — for photographs, audio and videos first published by Indian citizens or the Indian government (and international organisations, per section 29) prior to 1 January 1947. See section 25 here[dead link].
  • {{PD-Iran}} — for works first published in Iran where all the authors have died more than 30 years ago, or photos or movies first published in Iran and published more than 30 years ago.
  • {{PD-Ireland}} — for works first published in the Republic of Ireland where all the authors died over 70 calendar years ago, or if the authors are not known, where the works were published over 70 calendar years ago. [6]
  • {{PD-IrelandGov}} — for works created by the Irish government or Oireachtas more than 50 years ago.
  • {{PD-Israel-Photo}} — for photographs taken in Israel or the British Mandate of Palestine over 50 years ago.
  • {{PD-Italy}} — for photographs taken in Italy over 20 years ago, or artistic photos taken over 70 years ago.
  • {{PD-Japan-Film}} — for Japanese films and images therefrom produced in 1953 or earlier
  • {{PD-Lebanon}}
  • {{PD-LithuaniaGov}} — Republic of Lithuania Law on Copyright and Related Rights says: "Copyright shall not apply to official State symbols and insignia (flags, coat-of-arms, anthems, banknote designs, and other State symbols and insignia)."
  • {{PD-MalaysiaGov}} — for works of the government of Malaysia first published more than 50 years ago.
  • {{PD-MD-exempt}} — Law of the Republic of Moldova on copyright and neighbouring rights (Chapter II, Art. 7b) states: "Copyright shall not extend to State emblems and official signs (flags, armorial bearings, decorations, monetary signs, etc.)"
  • {{PD-Netherlands}} — for works published in the Netherlands, Dutch East Indies, or Netherlands New Guinea over 70 years after the following January 1 when the work was published and works published by authors who died more than 70 years after the next January 1 of the author's death.
  • {{PD-NZ}} — for works made in New Zealand whose author died more than 50 years ago.
  • {{PD-Pakistan}} — for photographs published in Pakistan over 50 years ago, or for non-photographic images where the author died more than 50 years ago.
  • {{PD-Philippines}} — for works whose copyrights have already expired, released into the public domain, or ineligible for copyright as stated by Philippine copyright law.
  • {{PD-PhilippinesPubDoc}} — for official public documents (or portions thereof) made in the Philippines of a legislative, administrative or judicial nature.
  • {{PD-Poland}} — for Polish photographs published in Poland without a copyright notice prior to May 23 1994.
  • {{PD-PolishGov}} — for Polish government documents, materials, signs and symbols.
  • {{PD-PRGov-OfficialPortraits}} — Government of Puerto Rico, Official Portraits of Puerto Rican Government officials and notable Military Personnel are in the Public Domain.
  • {{PD-PRGov-IPC}} — Government of Puerto Rico, images of the IPC (Instituto de Cultura Puertorriqueña - Institute of Puerto Rican Culture), an institution of the Puerto Rican Government, are public domain.
  • {{PD-PRGov-PRSHP}} - To be used in images, found in the website of Puerto Rico State Historic Preservation whose photographs were developed as part of an HPF Sub grant which they sponsored.
  • {{PD-ROC}} — for photographs taken in Taiwan or the Republic of China over 50 years ago, or for non-photographic images where the author died more than 50 years ago.
  • {{PD-ROC-GOV}} — For works of the ROC Government under the terms of Article 9 of the Copyright Act of the Republic of China is public domain.
  • {{PD-RomaniaGov}} — for Romanian state symbols and symbols of public authorities and organisation, and for Romanian currencies
  • {{PD-RU-exempt}} — exempt from copyright protection under the Russian law as per tag text.
  • {{PD-South-Africa}} — For works published in South Africa that are more than 50 years old.
  • {{PD-South Korea}} — For works published in South Korea whose most recently deceased creator died more than 50 years ago.
  • {{PD-Sweden}} — for public domain images taken by Swedish photographers before 1944
  • {{PD-Thailand}} — for works of which copyright has expired in Thailand.
    • {{PD-TH-exempt}} — for works exempt from copyright protection under Thai law as per tag text.
  • {{PD-UA-exempt}} — exempt from copyright protection under Ukrainan law as per tag text.
  • {{PD-BY-exempt}} — exempt from copyright protection under the law of the Republic of Belarus. [7]
  • {{PD-VenezuelaGov}} — for "Venezuelan official symbols" i.e. flags and symbols.
  • {{PD-Yugoslavia}} — exempt from copyright protection by the Agreement on succession issues; Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Republic of Croatia, the Republic of Macedonia, the Republic of Slovenia and the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, being in sovereign equality the five successor States to the former Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, have agreed in Vienna on 29th of June 2001. The Agreement came to power on 2004-03-25. [8]

Other[edit source | visual editor]

  • {{Gray's Anatomy plate}} — illustrations from the online edition of Gray's Anatomy of the Human Body, 20th U.S. edition, originally published in 1918.
  • {{PD-Bain}} — for images from the Bain collection of the Library of Congress
  • {{PD-OpenClipart}} — for images from the Open Clipart Library
  • {{PD-PDphoto.org}} — for images from http://www.PDphoto.org
  • {{money-US}} — for images of the official currency of the U.S. These are ineligible for copyright, and therefore in the public domain.
  • {{AMI}} — For images digitized by the Árni Magnússon Institute in Iceland.
  • {{PD-software}} — The image is a screenshot of public domain software. The image itself is also in the public domain.
  • {{CopyrightedFreeUse-Link}} — The image is free to use for any purpose, but requests an entirely optional link back to either WikiQueer or another site.
  • {{PD-because}} — for public domain images with a special reason. Use the format {{PD-because|reason}}.

New Zealand government[edit source | visual editor]

Publications of the New Zealand government are mostly covered by Crown copyright, which in New Zealand has a 100-year term under Section 26(3)(b) of the Copyright Act 1994. This puts most recent material out of bounds. However, there is an exception to these provisions for some documents:

  • {{PD-NZSection27}} — for works created by some New Zealand government entities, which are covered by Section 27(1) of the Copyright Act 1994 [9]. The section excludes from copyright protection the following NZ works: Bills, Acts, regulations, municipal bylaws, Hansard, select committee reports, court judgments, Royal commission reports, commission of inquiry reports, ministerial inquiry reports and statutory inquiry reports. Note that sourcing these from a third party provider that, say, annotated Acts, is dangerous — they would have copyright in those annotations, and/or copyright in a new typographical arrangement [10].

New Zealand Crown copyright used to only last 50 years, and copyright has expired for government works from 1944 or earlier. Regular copyright provisions (such as a 50-year term) apply to works by Crown entities and state-owned enterprises, not Crown copyright.

United States government[edit source | visual editor]

  • {{money-US}}—for images of the official currency of the United States. These are in the public domain. (See also {{money}}.)
  • {{PD-art-US}}—for images of works of art published in the United States prior to 1923.
  • {{PD-US}}—for copyright-expired images in the US (mainly those published pre-1923). Also for works not eligible for copyright under US law. (May be preferable in some cases vs. {{PD-old}} for US-originating images.)
  • {{PD-Pre1978}} — for images published in the United States prior to 1978 without explicit notice of "copyright, year, owner" or "©" attached.
  • {{PD-US-patent}}—for images from descriptions of US patents. These are in the public domain, though the actual inventions depicted might be encumbered by patents. [11] This does not prevent us from describing them, since we are not trying to construct or sell the inventions.
  • Note: As of this writing, only the following states have laws that justify such tags:
  • {{PD-CAGov}}—for images created by the California state government that have not been specifically allowed by the legislature to be copyrighted
  • {{PD-FLGov}}—for images created by the Florida state government that have not been specifically allowed by the legislature to be copyrighted

USA federal government images[edit source | visual editor]

Note. There is an upload form for items "from a U.S. federal government source." It is linked from WikiQueer:Upload. If you use one of these tags there don't forget the {{double curly brackets}} on each end of the tag!

USA military public domain images[edit source | visual editor]


Non-free content[edit source | visual editor]

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Copyrighted media files may be used in WikiQueer articles on a limited basis, provided they satisfy both the legal test for fair use and WikiQueer's own guidelines for non-free content, found at WikiQueer:Non-free content. Each image or audio file has a file page where any fair-use concerns must be addressed.

Please note: Copyrighted images that can reasonably be replaced by free images may not be used on WikiQueer.

For non-free content, each image page must include:

  • A copyright tag to claim fair use. WikiQueer's file upload function and wizard each help editors choose an appropriate tag. A list is below. Non-free images that meet WikiQueer's policy but do not fit into any of the categories below should use the tag {{Non-free fair use in|Article}}.
  • A statement describing the source of the media.
  • A separate "non-free use rationale" for each use in a WikiQueer article. Instructions, guidelines, samples, and templates are available at WikiQueer:Non-free use rationale guideline.

Categories[edit source | visual editor]

Art[edit source | visual editor]

Audio and music[edit source | visual editor]

  • {{Non-free audio sample}}—for 30 second or shorter Ogg Vorbis audio files of reduced quality.
  • {{Non-free sheet music}}—for images of sheet music, whether scanned or recreated, but not sheet music covers.
  • {{Non-free speech}}—for spoken word audio clips of historic events, such as speeches by public figures.

Cover art[edit source | visual editor]

Logos[edit source | visual editor]

Promotional material[edit source | visual editor]

Fair use on WikiQueer only applies if it is not possible to replace such promotional image with a free image.

  • {{Non-free promotional}}—for an image freely provided to promote an item, as in a promotional photo in a press packet

Publicity photos[edit source | visual editor]

Fair use on WikiQueer only applies if it is not possible to replace such publicity image with a free image.

Screenshots[edit source | visual editor]

Stamps and currency[edit source | visual editor]

UK government[edit source | visual editor]

  • {{Non-free Crown copyright}}—For material under UK Crown copyright (Crown copyright in other countries has different restrictions). This only applies to some content on some web sites. It's not a carte blanche to use anything. See the talk page for a list of web sites that will allow some use — and check the copyright notice first as they are all different. It is the express opinion of HM Stationery Office that Crown Copyright is incompatible with the GFDL — contact the Epopt for details. For works where UK Crown copyright has expired, use {{PD-BritishGov}} instead. Please note that as commercial distribution is not permitted this license is non-free for the purposes of WikiQueer, hence images uploaded under this template must still specify a rationale.
  • {{Non-free Parliamentary copyright}} - for material under UK Parliamentary copyright. Please note that as commercial distribution is not permitted this license is non-free for the purposes of WikiQueer, hence images uploaded under this template must still specify a rationale.

Other[edit source | visual editor]

Deprecated[edit source | visual editor]

  • {{Non-free restricted use}}—formerly used for:
    • Non-free images and audio samples which are contended to be fair use. Replace this tag either with {{Non-free fair use in|Article}} or with another of the tags above.
    • Media for which we have permission, and US fair use also applies. You should also describe as much as possible about the permission including who from and conditions. Replace this tag with either {{Non-free fair use in|Article}} or with another of the tags above, and also add {{Non-free with permission}}.


Deprecated[edit source | visual editor]

Unfree images[edit source | visual editor]

This tag is used to mark images that are deprecated, and which will eventually be deleted.

The PUF process was amended to deal with cases of disputed copyright status and non-free images instead.

The following tag is for use on such images. Though these images are unwanted, they should not be deleted immediately but proceed to be slowly and respectfully weeded out.

  • {{Puf}} — used for images where the stated copyright status is disputed. If the status can not be resolved the image is usually deleted after being listed for 14 days.

{{idw-pui|Image:ImageName.jpg}} should be added to the uploaders talk page, {{Pufc}} should be put into the caption of the image where it is used, and the image should then be listed on the WikiQueer:Possibly unfree images page so the image can be properly processed.

Missing[edit source | visual editor]

These tags are used to mark images which are deprecated, and which will eventually be deleted.

  • {{Db-noimage}} — for images that cannot be deleted using the standard deletion procedure due to bugs in the MediaWiki software. Generally, these images have to be manually deleted by a developer.

General non-free licenses[edit source | visual editor]

Do not upload images for which one of the tags in this section applies. They will be deleted.

Other non-free government copyrights[edit source | visual editor]

Do not upload images for which one of the tags in this section applies.

Non-free Creative Commons licenses[edit source | visual editor]

Do not upload images for which one of the tags in this section applies. Instead, if it is your work, consider licensing the work under a Creative Commons License that is acceptable for use in WikiQueer or releasing it into Public Domain. See WikiQueer:Image copyright tags/Free licenses#Creative Commons.

  • {{Db-ccnoncom}} - For any non-commercial or "no derivatives" licenses including:
    • NoDerivs 1.0
    • Attribution-NoDerivs 1.0
    • Attribution-NoDerivs 2.0
    • Attribution-NoDerivs 2.5
    • Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0
    • NonCommercial 1.0
    • Attribution-NonCommercial 1.0
    • Attribution-NonCommercial 2.0
    • Attribution-NonCommercial 2.5
    • Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0
    • NonCommercial-ShareAlike 1.0
    • Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 1.0
    • Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0
    • Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.5
    • Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0
    • NoDerivs-NonCommercial 1.0
    • Attribution-NoDerivs-NonCommercial 1.0
    • Attribution-NoDerivs-NonCommercial 2.0
    • Attribution-NoDerivs-NonCommercial 2.5
    • Attribution-NoDerivs-NonCommercial 3.0

Incorrectly tagged images[edit source | visual editor]

  • {{wrong-license}} — For images tagged with a license believed to be incorrect

Other[edit source | visual editor]

Images of unknown usability[edit source | visual editor]

The following tags do not adequately indicate whether they can be used on WikiQueer. Please add source and licence information, if not provided, and a fair use rationale if the image is being used under fair use.

  • {{PD-Germany}} — for photographic works and other images where the German photographer (or creator) died more than 70 years ago. Due to this tag's history, many images whose creators died less than 70 years ago are tagged with this tag. Source and licencing information should be added.