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The paragraphs you added provide good information, but it might help to edit a little since there are various typing mistakes. It might also help to attempt to integrate your paragraphs with the rest since there seems to be a few repetition of information and awkward starts. Jcc349 (talk) 19:39, 19 November 2008 (UTC)
Nice work, Luna! You really filled out the article well. Your list of references at the end is good, but I think it might be a good idea to cite in-text as well, showing which information you got from which source. A few minor typos:
- There is an extra line between the second and third paragraph of the "origin and development" section.
- In the first paragraph of "origin and dev.", second sentence, you wrote "...the Dongba script was created the founder..." I think you meant to say "by the founder".
- In the "Usage" section, the first sentence of the first paragraph should be split into two sentences.
- In "Structure and Form", second paragraph, second sentence, last word "meanningful" is spelled wrong.
- Here and there a period at the end of a sentence doesn't have a space after it.
- It's not logographic, it's pictographic, and is nothing like Chinese. And they're not hieroglyphs either. kwami (talk) 00:21, 20 November 2008 (UTC)
The structure of the wikipage is nicely done. It's clear and well organized. I'm not sure how much you took from what source, but I think it would be nice to cite all your sources more frequently when you use them.
I also noticed that you mentioned that Naxi was pictographic and ideographic twice and I was wondering if you could just clarify what you mean by each in either one of the two cases (i.e. maybe give a short definition and what specifically about the Naxi scripts makes it pictographic and ideographic)
Writing media and tools
“The pages are ruled into four horizontal lines.” But both illustrations appear to show three horizontal lines of characters. If I have completely misunderstood, please forgive me. It is a fascinating and informative glimpse of a topic of which I am completely ignorant, so thank you for taking the trouble to include it. Dawright12 (talk) 14:18, 30 December 2013 (UTC)