Talk:Moguer

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Invito a participar[edit]

Estimados wikipedistas: Soy el autor del artículo en español e invito a participar en la mejora del articulo en inglés a todo el que pueda colaborar. --Salu2 JMFD ( Dime) 06:48, 4 April 2008 (UTC)

¿A que molan los cambios que hago?[edit]

¿Quereis saber porque pongo todo eso sobre Moguer? Pues por el simple hecho de que he logrado saber que fue un moguereño quien escribió que Mazagón es una playa con un pueblo lleno de adictos a las drogas y de gente vieja en la edición en inglés del artículo de Mazagón. No consiento dicho insulto a mi pueblo, ni yo ni ninguno de los mazagonenses que allí vivimos todo el año, así que cuando el culpable pague descansaré de este vandalismo que hago, pues aunque me bloqueeis la dirección IP tengo muchos lugares desde el que conectarme gratuitamente, pues por eso eso soy hacker y hago lo que me da la gana. Aunque tambien deciros que un bloqueo de IP no sería suficiente contra mí, pues esta IP que sale que estoy escribiendo no es mía, si no de otro usuario de wikipedia al que le he copiado la identidad, así que, ya sabeis... ¡¡¡a joderse cabrones!!! OJO POR OJO, DIENTE POR DIENTE... INSULTO POR INSULTO —Preceding unsigned comment added by 80.16.956.189 (talk) 15:15, 28 July 2008 (UTC)

A lot of near-nonsense here[edit]

Resolved

The Niño Brothers "also gave the galley girls"? "At the turn of the trip was discovered Columbian vote in the church to the Convent of Santa Clara"? (That last one presumably means to say that Columbus fulfilled his vow—voto—by spending the night in the church.) "The wine was the engine of its economy until the early twentieth century, when the pole chemical Huelva and especially the development of farming Fresón, led a new economic, demographic and social"? This looks like bad machine translation.

A look at the history suggests that the article has been this bad for over 18 months: basically, this seems to have happened as soon as it was brought out of being effectively a stub. - Jmabel | Talk 04:27, 7 January 2010 (UTC)

Indeed. It's a bad machine translation (or an incredibly bad human translation) of the equivalent es-wiki article. I'll start a proper translation. - Jmabel | Talk 03:41, 26 January 2010 (UTC)
Now largely done. There are a few minor issues remaining (three or four difficult words or phrases left in Spanish) but nothing at all out of the ordinary. - Jmabel | Talk 18:58, 2 February 2010 (UTC)

Mazagón[edit]

This edit removes all entry of Mazagón. The edit summary says, "Mazagón was segregated from moguer past month & now is a different town." I don't know whether that is true or not, but one of two things should happen:

1) Someone should provide a citation for this, and the split should be explicitly mentioned (including something about how it affects surface area, population, etc.) or
2) We should establish that this is not the case, and restore the previous material.

Even if the recent change is correct it would be, at best, only part of what needs to happen. - Jmabel | Talk 07:29, 15 February 2010 (UTC)

I see recent news articles about Mazagón getting a newly established port district, but nothing about it becoming a separate municipality. I see nothing in the BOE about a new municipality. The INE continues to list Mazagón only as the coastal district of Moguer and Palos. So I'm very doubtful of this. If no citation is forthcoming in the next few days, I intend to revert. - Jmabel | Talk 07:39, 15 February 2010 (UTC)
No citation was forthcoming, reverted accordingly. - Jmabel | Talk 23:51, 18 February 2010 (UTC)