Category:Candidates for Deletion

From D&D Wiki

Jump to: navigation, search

See Candidates for Deletion for an integrated list.

Nominating for Deletion

To nominate a page for deletion add the code below to the top of that page. Do not remove any content from the page when adding this template. The discussion about its deletion should take place on its talk page.

{{delete|~~~~~|<!--Insert why this article should not be present on D&D Wiki here.-->}}

When nominating an incomplete page for deletion please make sure that it is not being actively improved upon. See Help:Improving, Reviewing, and Removing Templates for further information about the various tools and methods we use to improve pages on this wiki.

In most cases 14 days after a page is nominated for deletion it will be deleted. Pages will not get deleted which have been improved upon to a better point or the reason for deletion has been addressed. If an administrator places a {{delete}} on a page, that administrator should not also be the one to formally delete it.

Image Deletion

Images are deleted in the following manners.

  1. Copywritten images. We cannot use these without permission. If we can get permission, the owner would normally ask us to attribute them and show that it's under copyright. We can use copywritten work without permission where there is fair-use (e.g. book covers where we are providing information about a book– the actual page, without an image, is not treated the same by the copyright categories so you add things into the D&D universe), but still attribute the copyright holder.
  2. Different licenses that do not allow for reproductive work. Please state which other license, if any, the image falls under. An image without a licensing statement is considered to be under the GNU Free Documentation License v1.3. Attribute the author; if it's a reproductive license we have to release it under the same license (and these images are not to be queued for deletion). If its an image the uploaded created himself then its up to them what information they provide.
  3. Images which the author's lifespan is shorter then what is stated by Public Domain. On Public Domain images you don't have to say anything, as it defaults to the GNU Free Documentation License v1.3.
  4. The fair use of a copyrighted work, including such use by reproduction in copies or phonorecords or by any other means specified by that section, for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching (including multiple copies for classroom use), scholarship, or research, is not an infringement of copyright. All other types are an infringement of product copyright, and those images are to be queued for image deletion.

Recent Deletions

Please see Special:Log/delete.

Home of user-generated,
homebrew pages!