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ACC #67247[edit]

Hi there one of the most popular sites " Kate Middleton / Duchess of Cambridge" has a section toward the end on her ancestry which is totally based on "likelihoods" and "possibilities". It is all not proven!! "martinvl" is the persons name. He is RELENTLESS and has been in trouble many times. Cheers Mike — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 09:36, 15 February 2013 (UTC)

Hi there - can I ask you to confirm why ACC Request #67247 was closed as 'too similar', I don't quite follow the comments you left. Mato (talk) 23:29, 10 September 2011 (UTC)

Very similar username to another account which was created on a different wiki one month ago. Ajraddatz (Talk) 04:04, 11 September 2011 (UTC)
I might be misreading the text but I don't think it states anywhere that global usernames must be older than six months? Only that there must be no global contribs within the last six months and that the local account must be older than six months. Mato (talk) 17:32, 11 September 2011 (UTC)
From the page;
If the similar account has zero edits on the English Wikipedia:
The account must have fewer than about fifteen edits globally, none of which were within the last 6 months.
Be older than 6 months.
Nowhere does it talk about "local", maybe you should re-read the guidelines. Ajraddatz (Talk) 02:08, 12 September 2011 (UTC)
It would appear to me that each bullet point refers to the account on the English Wikipedia unless otherwise stated. It is clearer in the section above (where it says "If the account has any edits" etc.) the second bullet point states:

"Account has fewer than about fifteen global edits...none of which were within the last year"

which clearly refers to global edits, as stated. However the third bullet point states:

"Last edit was made over one year ago"

which clearly refers to edits on the English Wikipedia, as there would be no point in specifying a time scale twice.
It would therefore seem to me that when the guide says:

"If the similar account has zero edits on the English Wikipedia"

it is referring only to the account on the English Wikipedia because this is the "similar account" - we wouldn't decline a request if there was a similar name on a foreign wiki but no similar name on enwiki. It is this (enwiki) similar account that we are concerned with (though as the first bullet point in this section states, global checks should also be run). I therefore think that the guide doesn't imply that an account with a similar name on a foreign wiki must be older than six months. That's my two cents anyway - I might be interpreting it wrong. Mato (talk) 17:09, 13 September 2011 (UTC)
This is a policy, not poetry. People tend to be pretty forward when making policies, and as such if the policy says what it does, instead of assuming it means something more complicated than what it says just assume that it can be taken at face value. Can you please drop this, rather than continuing to harass me on my talk page for no reason? You deferred my request to users stating that you "don't follow the comments", and then have left me three messages on my talk page over the interpritation of the policy - give it up. If the policy needs rewording start a discussion on some public and appropriate place. Thanks, Ajraddatz (Talk) 18:24, 13 September 2011 (UTC)
I came here only because it seemed to me that you misunderstood the guide. Clearly confronting you about my concerns was not the right thing to do - I can only apologise and won't post here again. Mato (talk) 18:57, 13 September 2011 (UTC)

News and progress from RfA reform 2011[edit]

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Good afternnoon[edit]

Just noticed that you actually voted "Against" In my Admiship request (my second), I understand this was probably a mistake, but all the same. You may want to be more careful in future! :P Spongefrog, (I am Czar of all Russias!) 18:56, 28 September 2011 (UTC)

A beer for you[edit]

Export hell seidel steiner.png Thankyou for participating in my request for adminship. Now I've got lots of extra buttons to try and avoid pressing by mistake... Redrose64 (talk) 15:08, 14 October 2011 (UTC)
Eww, beer! Good luck with the tools :-) Ajraddatz (Talk) 17:03, 14 October 2011 (UTC)

RFA thank you[edit]

Thank you for your support at my recent successful RFA. Being now the new fellow in the fraternity of administrators, I will do my best to live up to the confidence shown in me by others, will move slowly and carefully when using the mop, will seek input from others before any action of which I might be unsure, and will try not to break anything beyond repair. Best, Schmidt, MICHAEL Q. 21:16, 4 December 2011 (UTC)

Your input is needed on the SOPA initiative[edit]

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Thanks Mr Bot. Ajraddatz (Talk) 16:36, 14 January 2012 (UTC)

Courtesy note[edit]

Hi Ajraddatz. You're being discussed on AN/I here, so I thought I should let you know. Cheers, 28bytes (talk) 02:50, 11 February 2012 (UTC)


Hello. This message is being sent to inform you that there is currently a discussion at Wikipedia:Administrators' noticeboard/Incidents regarding an issue with which you may have been involved. The thread is Persistent off-wiki and cross-wiki harassment. Thank you. ASCIIn2Bme (talk) 02:50, 11 February 2012 (UTC)

Many thanks for letting me know about this. Ajraddatz (Talk) 04:45, 11 February 2012 (UTC)

My RfA[edit]

Thanks for your support at my RfA, which was successful and nearly unanimous. Be among the first to see my L-plate! – Fayenatic L (talk) 17:58, 21 February 2012 (UTC)

New Page Triage newsletter[edit]

Hey all!

Thanks to everyone who attended our first office hours session; the logs can be found here, if you missed it, and we should be holding a second one on Thursday, 22 March 2012 at 18:00 UTC in #wikimedia-office. I hope to see you all there :).

In the meantime, I have greatly expanded the details available at Wikipedia:New Page Triage: there's a lot more info about precisely what we're planning. If you have ideas, and they aren't listed there, bring them up and I'll pass them on to the developers for consideration in the second sprint. And if you know anyone who might be interested in contributing, send them there too!

Regards, Okeyes (WMF) (talk) 00:29, 14 March 2012 (UTC)

help triage some feedback[edit]

Hey guys.

I appreciate this isn't quite what you signed up for, but I figured as people who are already pretty good at evaluating whether material is useful or not useful through Special:NewPages, you might be interested :). Over the last few months we've been developing the new Article Feedback Tool, which features a free text box. it is imperative that we work out in advance what proportion of feedback is useful or not so we can adjust the design accordingly and not overwhelm you with nonsense.

This is being done through the Feedback Evaluation System (FES), a tool that lets editors run through a stream of comments, selecting their value and viability, so we know what type of design should be promoted or avoided. We're about to start a new round of evaluations, beginning with an office hours session tomorrow at 18:00 UTC. If you'd like to help preemptively kill poor feedback, come along to #wikimedia-office and we'll show you how to use the tool. If you can't make it, send me an email at or drop a note on my talkpage, and I'm happy to give you a quick walkthrough in a one-on-one session :).

All the best, Okeyes (WMF) (talk) 21:41, 20 March 2012 (UTC)

A big NPT update[edit]

Hey! Big update on what the developers have been working on, and what is coming up:


  • Fixes for the "moved pages do not show up in Special:NewPages" and "pages created from redirects do not show up in Special:NewPages" bugs have been completed and signed off on. Unfortunately we won't be able to integrate them into the existing version, but they will be worked into the Page Triage interface.
  • Coding has been completed on three elements; the API for displaying metadata about the article in the "list view", the ability to keep the "patrol" button visible if you edit an article before patrolling it, and the automatic removal of deleted pages from the queue. All three are awaiting testing but otherwise complete.

All other elements are either undergoing research, or about to have development started. I appreciate this sounds like we've not got through much work, and truthfully we're a bit disappointed with it as well; we thought we'd be going at a faster pace :(. Unfortunately there seems to be some 24-72 hour bug sweeping the San Francisco office at the moment, and at one time or another we've had several devs out of it. It's kind of messed with workflow.

Stuff to look at

We've got a pair of new mockups to comment on that deal with the filtering mechanism; this is a slightly updated mockup of the list view, and this is what the filtering tab is going to look like. All thoughts, comments and suggestions welcome on the NPT talkpage :). I'd also like to thank the people who came to our last two office hours sessions; the logs will be shortly available here.

I've also just heard that the first functional prototype for enwiki will be deployed mid-April! Really, really stoked to see this happening :). We're finding out if we can stick something up a bit sooner on or something.

I appreciate there may be questions or suggestions where I've said "I'll find out and get back to you" and then, uh. not ;p. I sincerely apologise for that: things have been a bit hectic at this end over the last few weeks. But if you've got anything I've missed, drop me a line and I'll deal with it! Further questions or issues to the usual address. Thanks, Okeyes (WMF) (talk) 17:14, 3 April 2012 (UTC)


Thank you for your support at my RfA. I will do my best to live up to people's confidence in me. Yngvadottir (talk) 15:24, 9 April 2012 (UTC)

Abuse Filter on the Article Feedback Tool[edit]

Hey there :). You're being contacted because you're an edit filter manager, At the moment, we're developing Version 5 of the Article Feedback Tool, which you may or may not have heard about. If you haven't; for the first time, this will involve a free-text box where readers can submit comments :). Obviously, there's going to be junk, and we want to minimise that junk. To do so, we're working the Abuse Filter into the tool.

For this to work, we need people to write and maintain filters. I'd be very grateful if you could take a look at the discussion here and the attached docs, and comment and contribute! Thanks :). Okeyes (WMF) (talk) 18:07, 17 April 2012 (UTC)

New Pages update[edit]

Hey Ajraddatz :). A quick update on how things are going with the New Page Triage/New Pages Feed project. As the enwiki page notes, the project is divided into two chunks: the "list view" (essentially an updated version of Special:NewPages) and the "article view", a view you'll be presented with when you open up individual articles that contains a toolbar with lots of options to interact with the page - patrolling it, adding maintenance tags, nominating it for deletion, so on.

On the list view front, we're pretty much done! We tried deploying it to enwiki, in line with our Engagement Strategy on Wednesday, but ran into bugs and had to reschedule - the same happened on Thursday :(. We've queued a new deployment for Monday PST, and hopefully that one will go better. If it does, the software will be ready to play around with and test by the following week! :).

On the article view front, the developers are doing some fantastic work designing the toolbar, which we're calling the "curation bar"; you can see a mockup here. A stripped-down version of this should be ready to deploy fairly soon after the list view is; I'm afraid I don't have precise dates yet. When I have more info, or can unleash everyone to test the list view, I'll let you know :). As always, any questions to the talkpage for the project or mine. Thanks! Okeyes (WMF) (talk) 23:32, 5 May 2012 (UTC)

New Page Triage prototype released[edit]

Hey Ajraddatz! We've finally finished the NPT prototype and deployed it on enwiki. We'll be holding an office hours session on the 16th at 21:00 in #wikimedia-office to show it off, get feedback and plot future developments - hope to see you there! Okeyes (WMF) (talk) 03:41, 13 May 2012 (UTC)

New Page Triage/New Pages Feed[edit]

Hey all :). A notification that the prototype for the New Pages Feed is now live on enwiki! We had to briefly take it down after an unfortunate bug started showing up, but it's now live and we will continue developing it on-site.

The page can be found at Special:NewPagesFeed. Please, please, please test it and tell us what you think! Note that as a prototype it will inevitably have bugs - if you find one not already mentioned at the talkpage, bring it up and I'm happy to carry it through to the devs. The same is true of any additions you can think of to the software, or any questions you might have - let me know and I'll respond.

Thanks! Okeyes (WMF) (talk) 13:26, 22 May 2012 (UTC)

Page Triage newsletter[edit]

Hey all. Some quick but important updates on what we've been up to and what's coming up next :).

The curation toolbar, our Wikimedia-supported twinkle replacement. We're going to be deploying it, along with a pile of bugfixes, to wikipedia on 9 August. After a few days to check it doesn't make anything explode or die, we'll be sticking up a big notice and sending out an additional newsletter inviting people to test it out and give us feedback :). This will be followed by two office hours sessions - one on Tuesday the 14th of August at 19:00 UTC for all us Europeans, and one on Wednesday the 15th at 23:00 UTC for the East Coasters out there :). As always, these will be held in #wikimedia-office; drop me a note if you want to know how to easily get on IRC, or if you aren't able to attend but would like the logs.

I hope to see a lot of you there; it's going to be a big day for everyone involved, I think :). I'll have more notes after the deployment! Okeyes (WMF) (talk) 20:05, 3 August 2012 (UTC)

New Pages newsletter[edit]

Hey all :)

A couple of new things.

First, you'll note that all the project titles have now changed to the Page Curation prefix, rather than having the New Pages Feed prefix. This is because the overarching project name has changed to Page Curation; the feed is still known as New Pages Feed, and the Curation Toolbar is still the Curation Toolbar. Hopefully this will be the last namechange ;p.

On the subject of the Curation Toolbar (nice segue, Oliver!) - it's now deployed on Wikipedia. Just open up any article in the New Pages Feed and it should appear on the right. It's still a beta version - bugs are expected - and we've got a lot more work to do. But if you see something going wrong, or a feature missing, drop me a note or post on the project talkpage and I'll be happy to help :). We'll be holding two office hours sessions to discuss the tool and improvements to it; the first is at 19:00 UTC on 14 August, and the second at 23:00 on the 15th. Both will be in #wikimedia-office as always. Thanks! Okeyes (WMF) (talk) 15:38, 10 August 2012 (UTC)

Page Curation update[edit]

Hey all :). We've just deployed another set of features for Page Curation. They include flyouts from the icons in Special:NewPagesFeed, showing who reviewed an article and when, a listing of this in the "info" flyout, and a general re-jigging of the info flyout - we've also fixed the weird bug with page_titles_having_underscores_instead_of_spaces in messages sent to talkpages, and introduced CSD logging! As always, these features will need some work - but any feedback would be most welcome.

Page Curation newsletter[edit]

Hey Ajraddatz. This will be, if not our final newsletter, one of the final ones :). After months of churning away at this project, our final version (apart from a few tweaks and bugfixes) is now live. Changes between this and the last release include deletion tag logging, a centralised log, and fixes to things like edit summaries.

Hopefully you like what we've done with the place; suggestions for future work on it, complaints and bugs to the usual address :). We'll be holding a couple of office hours sessions, which I hope you'll all attend. Many thanks, Okeyes (WMF) (talk) 11:06, 24 September 2012 (UTC)

Page Curation newsletter - closing up![edit]

Hey all :).

We're (very shortly) closing down this development cycle for Page Curation. It's genuinely been a pleasure to talk with you all and build software that is so close to my own heart, and also so effective. The current backlog is 9 days, and I've never seen it that low before.

However! Closing up shop does not mean not making any improvements. First-off, this is your last chance to give us a poke about unresolved bugs or report new ones on the talkpage. If something's going wrong, we want to know about it :). Second, we'll hopefully be taking another pass over the software next year. If you've got ideas for features Page Curation doesn't currently have, stick them here.

Again, it's been an honour. Thanks :). Okeyes (WMF) (talk) 12:12, 17 October 2012 (UTC)

Why no cake[edit]


I'd have sent a cake but there is none....

CJC1995 (talk) 19:10, 21 October 2012 (UTC)

Hai. CJC1995 (talk) 19:14, 21 October 2012 (UTC)

This is not a newsletter[edit]

This is just a tribute.

Anyway. You're getting this note because you've participated in discussion and/or asked for updates to either the Article Feedback Tool or Page Curation. This isn't about either of those things, I'm afraid ;p. We've recently started working on yet another project: Echo, a notifications system to augment the watchlist. There's not much information at the moment, because we're still working out the scope and the concepts, but if you're interested in further updates you can sign up here.

In addition, we'll be holding an office hours session at 21:00 UTC on Wednesday, 14 November in #wikimedia-office - hope to see you all there :). I appreciate it's an annoying time for non-Europeans: if you're interested in chatting about the project but can't make it, give me a shout and I can set up another session if there's enough interest in one particular timezone or a skype call if there isn't. Thanks! Okeyes (WMF) (talk) 10:45, 10 November 2012 (UTC)

Sharing some holiday cheer[edit]

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Merci! Ajraddatz (Talk) 20:30, 23 December 2012 (UTC)

Wikissentials Proposal on Meta[edit]

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Thank you for your RfA support[edit]

Hi there, a bit of a form letter from me, Cyphoidbomb, but I wanted to drop you a line and thank you for your support at my recent RfA. Although I was not successful, I certainly learned quite a bit both about the RfA process and about how the community views my contributions. It was an eye-opener, to say the least. Thank you! Cyphoidbomb (talk) 00:52, 30 March 2014 (UTC)

Sorry to see you didn't pass. Good luck in the future! Ajraddatz (Talk) 00:54, 30 March 2014 (UTC)

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Restore page - List of Issuer Identification Numbers[edit]

Please restore the page - List of Issuer Identification Numbers. This page was good readly availble source to Identify the card issuer all over the world. Kindly restore it. Sumajumd (talk) 19:36, 20 May 2014 (UTC)

Sorry, you'll need to contact User:Postdlf about this. While I deleted it, I was not the one who approved deletion. Thanks, Ajraddatz (Talk) 21:01, 20 May 2014 (UTC)


We both have the impression we're failing to get our points across. Would it help if I gently venture... that dabs are not articles WP:DABYESNO, one link is central. Does that help understand my behaviour? Then I hope there's no bad feelings, regards Widefox; talk 12:14, 27 May 2014 (UTC)

No bad feelings at all. I understand why you reverted my edit, and now that I know about the guideline I'll try to follow it in the future - I didn't bring it up much because I do understand the importance of all dabs following the same style. I don't particularly care that my edit was reverted either - I'm experienced enough to know how to go back and change it again while fixing the error. But not everyone is so wiki-literate, hence my suggestion of fixing the error instead of reverting the entire thing - it takes a little more time to fix the specific error, but could be worth it in the end. My apologies if my tone was confrontational in any of my posts, I didn't mean for it to be. Ajraddatz (Talk) 17:08, 27 May 2014 (UTC)
I'm in the dab project, and the edit error rate on dab edits is high. Often over 50%. I'm coming to the conclusion that we need to inform (possibly guide) editors more. Ideally, editors shouldn't have to learn the dab MOS at all. The blunt tool is to revert as editors then get feedback on the exact edit with links showing why, rather than dab editors cleaning up a dab periodically (for all dabs) and them not getting feedback (which is how it's often done). Widefox; talk 22:34, 27 May 2014 (UTC)
With an error rate that high I can understand taking the easier route. I wonder how to better inform editors though - there is already an editnotice which people probably don't read (I know I didn't, but I'm terrible for never reading notices). Perhaps it could be made more visible, or follow similar formatting as the DABYESNO page? JS/CSS pages have individual line warnings for errors in code; it would be very difficult to make, but I've always thought it would be lovely to somehow use a similar system to apply the MOS when editing regular pages. Ajraddatz (Talk) 23:12, 27 May 2014 (UTC)

Thank you for your support[edit]

Ajraddatz, I would like to take this moment and thank you for the trust you had placed in me and for your support in my RfA that happened a while ago. Although it didn't turn out as I had planned, I certainly appreciated all the comments and suggestions given by you and other people. I will learn from all of them and will hopefully run again someday when I'm fully ready. Thank you. TheGeneralUser (talk) 13:00, 3 June 2014 (UTC)

List of Doctor Who serials by setting Help[edit]

I wanted to use the information from this page to add it to my Doctor Who wiki, but I cannot find a way to access the information. Please help.

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The information is all there. You can click the 'edit' button to access the code to copy tables and such, though please keep in mind that if you copy it you'll need to link back to the Wikipedia page from the destination, or Special:Export the page and Special:Import it on your wiki. Ajraddatz (Talk) 23:44, 11 June 2014 (UTC)

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Some Quality Streets for you![edit]

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Thanks for supporting me at my RfA. It didn't succeed this time, but I'll keep editing as much as I can. Rcsprinter123 (discuss) @ 12:24, 30 December 2014 (UTC)


Ajraddatz, Thank you for responding to my usurpation request. I am disappointed that it was unable to be processed. I do have a question for you, though. Are there any circumstances that would allow for the usurpation of the username in the future? (IanWilliam20 (talk) 00:50, 23 February 2015 (UTC))

@IanWilliam20: it is doubtful, unfortunately. During the process of SUL finalization that username will be offered to people who already have it registered on multiple projects. Ajraddatz (Talk) 23:33, 23 February 2015 (UTC)