Hello Stevertigo. Please note that I have proposed that Iraq Study Group Report be deleted as a copyright violation; I invite you to participate in the discussion taking place on Possible copyright violations. The text will be deleted in a week if there is no dispute that this work is copyrighted. Thank you for your interest in our project. --Benn Newman (AMDG) 19:51, 9 December 2006 (UTC)
Wikisource ISG Report section deletion User:Pmsyyz, on wikisource, has deleted the title/Preface page Iraq Study Group Report/Preface. It appears to have been listed for speedy deletion and no one caught it in time to specifically protest. Our remarks on Wikisource:Possible copyright violations#Iraq Study Group Report appear to have gone unheard. The third remark seems to have summed up one of the major reasons for allowing the entire text to remain on wikisource. After all, everything that was in the PDF was part of what the U.S. Institute of Peace released for full reproduction.
I took a look at Pmsyyz to find out what I could. I can't tell if he is an admin, although if he is it would seem logical that it would be listed. I don't know. I suspect that someone needs to figure out exactly what type of public domain copyright this text falls within, and then list it at the bottom of the needed pages.
He did it again, reverting a correction that was made only 4 hours earlier.Jmcneill2 21:49, 11 December 2006 (UTC)
Can you take a look at Iraq Study Group Report to see if the text content of Executive Summary can be linked to the title in the Contents area, Executive Summary. I seem to remember that it worked that way at one time and you were the one that made it happen. Am I right?Jmcneill2 02:00, 12 December 2006 (UTC)
I found a second PDF version of the ISG report that PMsyyz seems to be working from. I have written a note to all of us and posted it on the discussion page .Jmcneill2 06:17, 12 December 2006 (UTC)