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It is relatively common that a simple logo if unnecessarily licensed as fair use. Would greatly help if there's a script to change the information in Logo fur to their respective parameters in Information. There should also be an option to change non-free logo (and it's equivalents) to include PD-textlogoTrademarked and include 1. SVG-logo if the file has a .svg extension and 2. PD-ineligible-USonly if the file is free in the US and not in their source country. Basically something like Special:Diff/1106947387. --Minoraxtalk 08:51, 27 August 2022 (UTC)Reply[reply]

In many of the citation templates, such as Cite web, Cite news, and Cite book, one of the parameters is "url-access," which adds a visual indicator and a note of whether a source is free to read or requires registration, subscription, or has some other limitation. These can be added manually but it can be a time-consuming process, especially when there's a lot of existing citations. It would be awesome to have a script that automates this whole process. I don't have any kind of coding experience or expertise or else I'd try and take this on myself, but I'd be happy to contribute to any kind of crowdsourcing necessary to put together a list of common sources and their access levels. ThadeusOfNazereth(he/him)Talk to Me! 19:13, 19 December 2022 (UTC)Reply[reply]


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