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  • UltiVerse
    UltiVerse closed this thread because:
    Suggestion approved
    05:54, May 9, 2017

    I suggest that we make it so users must post a screenshot or link to proof of the image's creator allowing them to use their image(s) on the page they're used on instead of just on message walls. If and when the current Community Team leaves the wiki, the future team won't have to wonder whether or not a certain image is stolen or look through our walls for proof, as it'd be right there on the page. Please use the appropriate templates to vote. Voting ends in one week.

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    • I think that I should get in an early vote seeing as I won't be here because of school. 

      Support
      Support - Because I hate vandalism and am a firm believer in honesty.
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    • Support
      Support - Better yet, put the evidence, or a link to the evidence, into the image description on the image page itself. Yes images have those. No one uses them, but they're there.
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    • Support
      Support - Yea this sounds like a swell idea. I also think Aaron's points should be (and probably will be) implemented as well.
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    • Support
      Support - This is a good idea, limits vandalism. Maybe if you hover over it, it'd give you a link to the evidence (or some sort of evidence)? But yeah, Aaron's idea should be implemented.
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    • Support
      Support - It seems like a good idea. Keeps users from stealing work that doesn't belong to them and shows credit to the rightful artist. Don't see why not.
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    • PassportPortpass
      PassportPortpass removed this reply because:
      Misread that whole thing.
      00:52, May 3, 2017
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    • Comment Comment - Comment @Shades: If the original image is deleted (I'm assuming after the BTFF user posts it because otherwise they wouldn't have the image) then the user should be able to know where they got it from before and know the artist so they could show a PM, otherwise it'd be theft.

      The rest of your comment is irrelevant though. This suggestion has nothing to do with how you identify stolen art, it's about users giving evidence for where they got their evidence from. This would also benefit you too since you wouldn't have to go through that process and look in message walls or whatever.

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    • Thought it was about something else. I misread the suggestion.

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    • The final score is: 5 supports, 0 opposes and 0 neutrals. The suggestion was approved.

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