Author talk:Jeff Berryman

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No change to Author:Jeff Berryman[edit]

I'm copying an exchange from my (Jeff Ogden, W163) talk page to make it more likely that others interested in the Author:Jeff Berryman page or The Paging Game page will see it. --Jeff Ogden, W163 (talk) 04:00, 13 November 2012 (UTC)[reply]

quoted from William Maury Morris II's talk page:

Earlier today you made a change to the Author:Jeff Berryman page that I created earlier in the day. The edit summary for your change read, "1974 = LEGAL ? ????????????????????". That is a little too cryptic for me. What are you asking or what point are you trying to make? --Jeff Ogden, W163 (talk) 03:15, 13 November 2012 (UTC)

quoted from my (Jeff Ogden, W163) talk page:

Hello, W163. 1st, the only "change" I made was add a space. I wrote nothing and did nothing to the contents. Because we have many vandals, and some I have spotted, I wondered about the date of 1974 being okay for material posted. It's usually around 1923 that works are allowed. I posted about "Legal" with question marks so that administrators would see that and they would remove the material if it was not legal. I am familiar with most names on and was not familiar with the W163 when I saw the work posted. —William Maury Morris IITalk 03:37, 13 November 2012 (UTC)[reply]
I've been contributing to Wikipedia since 2010, but this is my first contribution to Wikisource. The Paging Game article was written by Author:Jeff Berryman in 1974, but that shouldn't pose a problem because he has placed the article into the Public Domain. --Jeff Ogden, W163 (talk) 03:51, 13 November 2012 (UTC)[reply]