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Here are some links that you may find helpful:
Recent Wiki Activity to check out and observe on the edits that are occurring and to help out on pages that need some editing done.
The Community Noticeboard to check out new ideas, updates, and expansions that will be applied to this Wiki. Your own ideas are welcome, too!
The Forums to ask questions about anything or start a discussion about anything.
Your personal user blog, to blog posts about what you think, and that anyone can comment.
Policies & Guidelines, a list of rules for you to follow, and will also help you make better contributions.
Be sure to check out the To-Do List if you ever need something to do. You may also add any sensible work to the list.
GTA Myths Wiki, the location of our myths (we do not allow them on our wiki).
GTA Fanon Wiki, the location of GTA fan work. Again, it is not allowed on this wiki.
We kindly ask all of our contributors to please properly name and/or license all images that you upload to the wiki. Image licensing and naming is part of our official Media Policy, and as such, it is asked of all users to respect the policy and add a proper name & license when uploading as described here.
Whenever you upload an image to the wiki, towards the bottom of the page there is an option to add a license.
For images that are game screenshots, use the appropriate Screenshots & in-game logos.
For non-game screenshots (pictures taken from the web etc.), select This image is used under Fair Use.
For images that are not licensed, e.g. images you have created from scratch yourself, select This is in the Public Domain.
As a general rule of thumb, image names should follow the following pattern:
The name can be modified in the bar right above the "add license" option when you are uploading it, and must match with the Media Policy (a table of correct names can be seen here).
What you should do now
Because your recent upload was non-compliant, you are now expected to take steps to fix the issues with your file(s). There is a detailed tutorial on how to do this here.
If you have any questions about the policy, please use the dedicated section, or if you need assistance fixing your files, please contact me on my talk page or that of any other staff member.
Ignoring this message can lead to the file(s) you uploaded being deleted and possibly to a block if you continue to ignore the policy on subsequent uploads. For more information on licensing and copyright, see here.