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Use of "instance of"Edit
- Does this mean that we should have more relevant instance labels, like LGBT historical places, or LGBT historical events, which then may be instances of LGBT history? Similarly we may need LGBT events, like pride marches. --Fæ (talk) 07:37, 14 April 2017 (UTC)
Could you provide a source for James N. Davidson (Q1580469)'s sexuality? I've tried to find something, but I couldn't find any results. The property requires a source. Sjoerd de Bruin (talk) 09:44, 25 May 2017 (UTC)
@Fæ: Hi Fæ, I'm writing to you here because your talk page on commons is protected. It's about a file uploaded by you, File:Kirche in Codogne in Venetien 17.5.18. (BildID 15618419).jpg, which as you can see was moved by a user named Arbalete. This user is an Italian permanently blocked vandal who managed to become filemover on commons and lately started moving compulsively lots of files, containing Italian names with correct acute accents, to a spelling with uncorrect grave accent, among which yours. Could you move back this file of yours? In case you would, could you do the same for a dozen of other files I'll tell you? Let me know, please. Thank you! 2A01:7C8:AAAE:2B3:5955:B51B:DE78:6B0D 11:22, 24 March 2018 (UTC)