I have noted that you at more than one occasion have nominated a cover for deletion and then uploaded a new version of it, most recently with File:PZ 1942.jpg. I have taken that as that you mean that the quality of the image was bad and in need of replacement, hence I have removed the deletion nomination at every such occasion as a new version was uploaded. If I have been wrong here, then please inform me about it.
However, I would like to point out that there already exists a maintenance template that is meant to be attached to images that are in need of better version. If that is your intentions, then please use it instead and then remove it after a new version has been uploaded. The template is Template:Replaceimage. Karl MAN 11:22, 12 November 2009 (UTC)
--Yes, you are right. My bad. Delboj4 11:39, 12 November 2009 (UTC)
OK. I dind't know that before. Sorry. Delboj4 09:53, 1 January 2010 (UTC)
I noticed that when you recently created Phantom 98, you put up a name for an image that does not exist yet. Are you planning to upload it soon? If you have no intention of uploading the cover scan, then I think that we should put up the Template:Covermissing so that the article is marked as in need of a cover scan.
I also have a memory of encountering similar things in the recent months, i.e. issue articles with links to cover images that does not exists, and I think the same of them (I don't remember if you are responsible for all of their creations, but at least you are responsible for some). If you are planning to soon upload the covers, then it will only be extra work to put up the covermissing template, but if you don't, then I think it is important to put up the template. Karl MAN 20:04, 12 January 2011 (UTC)
- Yes, I'll upload them soon. In fact, some of them will be uploaded by MiGi after editing. I always use Template:Covermissing if I don't have cover scan. I could upload those covers when I added articles, but I think that's better wait for edit. Delboj4 20:09, 12 January 2011 (UTC)
- OK! Karl MAN 22:45, 12 January 2011 (UTC)