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HI gary, i think you mistakenly posted to the main page talk page.  I have moved your comment to [[User_talk:Stephen_Ewen#I_Liq_Chuan|Stephen Ewen's talk page]]. [[User:Chris day|Chris Day]] [[User talk:Chris day|(Talk)]] 06:56, 27 March 2007 (CDT)
 
HI gary, i think you mistakenly posted to the main page talk page.  I have moved your comment to [[User_talk:Stephen_Ewen#I_Liq_Chuan|Stephen Ewen's talk page]]. [[User:Chris day|Chris Day]] [[User talk:Chris day|(Talk)]] 06:56, 27 March 2007 (CDT)
  
Okay Gary. Since we have no standard policy - YET - on how to deal with this matter, here is what you need to do if you want to post copyrighted text into a CZ article.  Create the page [[I Liq Chuan/Permission]] and post written signed permission into it.  A document image bearing the person's signature who is able to release the copyright would be best.  As soon as you create this page, notify me and I will protect it from further editing, and then restore [[I Liq Chuan]] and notify you. Then, you need to place a link to [[I Liq Chuan/Permission]] at the bottom of [[I Liq Chuan]]. Also, if you can assure us you wrote **100%** of the rest of the material appearing in the WP article that also appears in the CZ article, then and only then is when you need not check the WP checkbox.  If that is so, then you need to make a note on the article's talk page stating so, and place <nowiki><!-- This notice must stay at the top of this page at all times. Place all replies below it and ensure this message is replaced after talk archiving --> </nowiki> below it. I apologize that we do not have a standard policy in place for any of this yet and we are having to do this ad hoc for now.  But this should solve the issue. [[User:Stephen Ewen|Stephen Ewen]] 23:44, 27 March 2007 (CDT)
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Okay Gary. Since we have no standard policy posted - YET - on how to deal with this matter, here is what you need to do if you want to post copyrighted text into a CZ article.  Create the page [[I Liq Chuan/Permission]] and post written signed permission into it.  A document image bearing the person's signature who is able to release the copyright would be best.  As soon as you create this page, notify me and I will protect it from further editing, and then restore [[I Liq Chuan]] and notify you. Then, you need to place a link to [[I Liq Chuan/Permission]] at the bottom of [[I Liq Chuan]]. Also, if you can assure us you wrote **100%** of the rest of the material appearing in the WP article that also appears in the CZ article, then and only then is when you need not check the WP checkbox.  If that is so, then you need to make a note on the article's talk page stating so, and place <nowiki><!-- This notice must stay at the top of this page at all times. Place all replies below it and ensure this message is replaced after talk archiving --> </nowiki> below it. I apologize that we do not have a standard policy in place for any of this yet and we are having to do this ad hoc for now.  But this should solve the issue. [[User:Stephen Ewen|Stephen Ewen]] 23:44, 27 March 2007 (CDT)

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Hi Gary, There's a great article over at Aikido. The author thinks (as do I) its ready to start moving through the approval process. Could you take a look and see what you think? Thanks. -- Sarah Tuttle 15:07, 25 March 2007 (CDT)


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I Liq Chuan

Hi Gary, I deleted I Liq Chuan because it was largely a copyright violation from http://www.iliqchuan.org/. Please be more critical and careful about you import from Wikipedia, and also be certain to check the "Content is from WP?" in each and every instance where it is true. When you import it again from WP, make sure you compare the content with http://www.iliqchuan.org/ and ensure all material is either attributed as quotes or paraphrased. Thanks for your efforts! - Stephen Ewen 02:52, 27 March 2007 (CDT)

HI gary, i think you mistakenly posted to the main page talk page. I have moved your comment to Stephen Ewen's talk page. Chris Day (Talk) 06:56, 27 March 2007 (CDT)

Okay Gary. Since we have no standard policy posted - YET - on how to deal with this matter, here is what you need to do if you want to post copyrighted text into a CZ article. Create the page I Liq Chuan/Permission and post written signed permission into it. A document image bearing the person's signature who is able to release the copyright would be best. As soon as you create this page, notify me and I will protect it from further editing, and then restore I Liq Chuan and notify you. Then, you need to place a link to I Liq Chuan/Permission at the bottom of I Liq Chuan. Also, if you can assure us you wrote **100%** of the rest of the material appearing in the WP article that also appears in the CZ article, then and only then is when you need not check the WP checkbox. If that is so, then you need to make a note on the article's talk page stating so, and place <!-- This notice must stay at the top of this page at all times. Place all replies below it and ensure this message is replaced after talk archiving --> below it. I apologize that we do not have a standard policy in place for any of this yet and we are having to do this ad hoc for now. But this should solve the issue. Stephen Ewen 23:44, 27 March 2007 (CDT)