Many thanks for your message; it is nice to hear from you and read that you write about Sikhi in French on Wikipedia.
Nanakshahi Calendar: I believe that the article is certainly all "free use" and that there is NO COPYRIGHT. Also most of the calendar pictures are for public use and some photos are done by Sikhiwiki users under the common use licence. So please do use them freely on Wikipedia. If you wish me to give you a more stronger answer, please list the article and image names or the url to the them and I will look at them carefully and deal with each of them in more detail. I have checked the article Nanakshahi Calendar and this has no copyright material.
Sikh Bhagats As far as I am aware there were only 15 recognised bhagats but there are also 11 Bhatts whose writings also appears in the SGGS. If you can give me the 17 names that you have, we can compare them with the 15 which are here
Guru Maneo Granth - Please check this article again
Many thanks. You too have a great day. Kind regards, 19:32, 6 February 2013 (CST)
Yes, please do take the picture for the wikipedia (French) version. And please, you too have a nice day.
Please use either Number 1: "Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported"
or Number 2: "Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported" licence.
Number 2 is the default licence that I use for most of my work at Sikhiwiki and so I suggest that you set this one if possible otherwise use Number 1 - any one of these licence that works at Wikipedia should be OK.