Talk:Michael Everson

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Publishing activities[edit]

Evertype's Carrollian publishing activities have been mentioned in various publications by the Lewis Carroll Society (UK and North America), and the forthcoming Irish Hobbit has been referred to in the British and Irish press as well as elsewhere. I do not know whether other editors consider this notable enough to appear in the article, but references can be provided. -- Evertype· 18:14, 20 March 2012 (UTC)

Armenian Eternity Sign[edit]

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http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Armenian_Eternity_Sign

Dear Michael, specially for You! Best regards, Vahram Mekhitarian (talk) 00:24, 8 August 2013 (UTC)

Registration of Armenian Western, Grabar and Middle languages in ISO 693 series[edit]

Dear Mr. Everson

My name is Gevorg Mkhitaryan and I am a representative of National Standardization body of Armenia. Armenian Eastarn is already included in ISO 639-2 as an individual language. But we would also like to include Armenian Western, Grabar and Middle languages in these series of standards in accordance with language tags hyw, hyg, hym (see your page: http://www.evertype.com/standards/hy/ArmCS-005.html). Could you please give us some information about this procedure. Your help be will highly appreciated.

Thank you in advance.
Best regards
Gevorg Mkhitaryan 81.16.3.35 (talk) 08:02, 30 July 2014 (UTC)

COI[edit]

Edits of these users to this page are subject to COI. Also see, Talk:Andrew West (linguist)#COI. --Shervinafshar (talk) 21:07, 4 April 2015 (UTC)

I did not see this until today, but evidently the accusation of COI is unwarranted. The Wikipedia rules (WP:AB, WP:BLP) DO PERMIT subjects of articles to edit articles about themselves—advisedly with care and openness—and there is always a history retained for checking. So long as edits are informative and verifiable, there seems no reason to consider COI. COI would apply to unnecessarily self-serving edits. In the Real World, COI is invoked when e.g. politicians do work which benefits companies in which they have a financial interest (either benefitting from public funding or insider-trading). I don't see much of an analogy here. -- Evertype· 11:56, 24 April 2015 (UTC)