Template talk:WikiProject Argentina
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Now that more and more articles are tagged, I realize that all the cats link to the "talk" pages, since all the templates are placed on the talk pages... The categories all point to talks, but shouldn't they maybe point to the original article? That way, when we go to Category:WPArgentina sports articles, we don't see Talk:Diego Maradona, we see Diego Maradona. Just an idea.
- Well, this is the standard for non-encyclopedic scope. It to avoid confusing the non-contributing user with even more categories at the article's page. See for instance Talk:Argentina. Mariano(t/c) 06:35, 11 August 2006 (UTC)
Mariano, while your images are nearly always good, the sun on Image:WikiProject Argentina.svg is clearly out of focus. Of course, I'm not forcing you to fix this, but please note that my edit was done in good faith. =) And by the way, SVGs are only used when its quality is superior than other images; as stated on the Wikimedia Commons, "[the SVG image] should be used in place of this raster image when superior." --Proudly Argie 02:36, 8 October 2006 (UTC)
- Hi there. I didn't assume bad faith, just didn't know why it was reverted, since there was no comment at the summary. On the other hand, I'm not sure what do you mean about the SVG image being out of focus. I'm looking at the SVG image, and it looks far better and shaper than the GIF version. You don't happen by chance to use Internet Explorer, do you? It doesn't have SVG support, so a plug-in must convert it the image. Perhaps that conversion is the poor one, and you see a poor image. The SVG image look really cool in my Opera. Please, chech the SVG image, and zoom it out, you'll see it is of high quality. Also, check Scalable Vector Graphics. Mariano(t/c) 09:02, 9 October 2006 (UTC)
- I'm neither questioning the quality nor forcing you to modify the image; but check the logos on the right of my message, and compare the suns on both. Certainly, you'll note that the sun of Image:WikiProject Argentina.svg is partially moved to the left, whereas in Image:WikiProject Argentina.gif is exactly in the center. As I said before this has nothing to do with quality (and neither with the good ol' one, of course =P), but rather with the logo itself. Thanks for your understanding, --Proudly Argie 12:53, 9 October 2006 (UTC)
- Mm, I still don't see anything out of focus. for the centering, it could be, I'll chech it at the SVG editor... Mariano(t/c) 14:38, 9 October 2006 (UTC)