User talk:Lmkitties

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Thanks for making a contribution to the U.S. Congress. Here is a page that should help provide some background about our project and useful tools and links:

If you have any questions about the project, please let me know.

We look forward to the contributions you will make to the pages! Thanks, and have fun.

--Sarah Rosier, Project Director, Congress

Hello! Thanks so much for your edits to the Frank Palombo page. I was wondering if you have any copyright information for the photo you uploaded. Thanks again! And welcome to the wiki! --Geoff Pallay 13:13, 29 January 2012 (CST)

I did have permission but after discussion with the owner, it was decided that the photo should not be made available to the public for any use at any time. Therefore I will remove that photo and replace it with a photo that I own personally.

Thanks! Very nice work again on that Biography. I hope you'll continue to be a contributor to the wiki community! --Geoff Pallay 08:48, 26 April 2012 (CDT)

I am 99% sure I have the permission in writing. Let me track down that information.

I do have written permission from the owner. How do I document that? I have an email from the owner of the photo.

You can put that permission information on the actual page of the photo. If you have trouble doing that, feel free to just place that text here, and I'll go ahead and add the information. Thanks for tracking it down! --Geoff Pallay 14:49, 26 April 2012 (CDT)

I have edited the picture page to include the information from the email from the photo owner.

Recent edit

Hi! I was wondering why you removed this paragraph from the Frank Palombo page. Any particular reason? Thanks. --Geoff Pallay 17:36, 8 May 2012 (CDT)

The paragraph was under the heading 3rd District. The article referenced referred to four races in North Carolina that could help the Republicans maintain the House. None of the four races were the 3rd District. The article had nothing to do with the 3rd District whatsoever.

Ok. I think that's a fair explanation. Thanks for clarifying. --Geoff Pallay 12:23, 9 May 2012 (CDT)
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