User talk:Denis Campos
While it seems like it was a well-intentioned mistake, please don't create pages on the wiki for legal concepts, as you did with Especial damage. It's fine to link to other sources for this information, e.g. the legal dictionary you linked to, or another wiki -- but creating such pages is out of scope for this wiki, unless the pages directly address the relationship of the legal concepts to Creative Commons licenses or other work. Thanks, and let me know if you have more questions. JesseWeinstein 06:35, 13 September 2010 (UTC)
- I'm sorry for the inconveniences, I was just trying to illustrate my point of view in the discussion and of course mentioned the source of information for my comments. Indeed, the discussion is legal and try to agree on the appropriate concepts must contain the license. Just tell me I should do to fix it and avoid it in future.
- Again my apologies,
- Greetings and thanks,
- Denis C.
- No problem -- it certainly is good to cite your sources, and provide background information about your points. It's more a matter of organization; discussion (like this) should go on Talk pages, and material specific to a single user should go on their user page, or sub pages of theirs, such as User:Denis Campos/Especial damage. (Note: I moved the reply above from Especial damage.) JesseWeinstein 02:38, 18 September 2010 (UTC)