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hi babita i need the password of your account please
Read the talk section of the earthcore article before you attempt to revert any deletion
The section put in by writer Cyrus has no supported evidence, articles or anything in fact to support the writers claims. In fact the writer by simply looking at his previous contributions works for and is associated with a competiting festival in australia named Rainbow Serpent. The writer has put forth his personal opinion in a attempt to discredit his supposed competition.
Before you continue causing dramas read the lengthy talk notes about this and see the part where higher wiki editors have stepped in the past to stop this incredible attempt to slander and discredit a organisation for personal benefit without any proof the the accusations have any merit.
How about you actually research things like the talk page before acting so rashly again? Perhaps a slight education about substantiated claims with things like reliable sources and footnotes helps also. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 220.127.116.11 (talk) 15:16, 12 February 2015 (UTC)
We see this all the time. Editors rushing into things without any time taken to research before acting. Does Wikipedia have a system to deal with these keyboard happy warriors like Babitaarora ? — Preceding unsigned comment added by 18.104.22.168 (talk) 01:04, 13 February 2015 (UTC) v
Hi. I don't know if there is a messaging system for Wikipedia, so I figured I'd just used your talk page. Just now, I accessed a page on the Roman Empire, and at the top of the page, I received a notice directing me to a message from you, stating that I had made an unconstructive edit to a page titled the "nature-culture divide". I am curious, as I have never even read that page( never mind edited it) as to why I received such a message?
Hello, In the page of "Harry Up,Brother".First,name of the taiwanese actress "Xie Yi Lin" should be spelled as "Sie Yi-Lin" according to Taiwan's officail spelling system. second,the order of the address should be "Hangzhou,Zhejiang" and "Zhouzhuang,Tongxiang,Zhejiang". Third,the official name of this TV show should be "Running Man" according to the post and web page.
Alex Riley's real name is actually Alex Riley I'm affraid
Why did you undo my correction to Glenn McDuffie's page?
I am not real familiar with this process. I corrected some information on Glenn McDuffie who died during my shift at a nursing home in Benbrook Texas where I worked. There was false information from some news sources saying he died in Dallas or Houston. The article I cited had the correct information. Why would you undo my correction to the information and replace it with the false information?
Attempted Updating Failed
Anotherclown/Babitaarora reverted my edits to '7th Battalion, the Roy Australian Regiment' citing that I had not even read revisions made by another editor. I shall address that: 1. Deletion of referenced information: there was very little/no deletion of existing information. There was some change of order which you would prevent you from seeing this if you clicked 'difference between revisions'. Some information was replaced because it was out of date/no longer relevant.
2. Undue weight being placed on recent operations. You will notice that: -Vietnam first tour contained 581 words. -Vietnam second tour contained 494 words. -RTF-1 contained contained 424 words. -MRTF-1 contained contained 629 words. -ATF-1 contained contained 171 words. -ATF-2 and Kabul contained 215 words. This demonstrates that the spread of operational commentary is fairly even, and leans towards less information relating to the most recent operations. It should be noted that the information pertaining to ATF 1&2 is very limited in the civilian sphere; not even held by the Australian War Memorial.
3. Addition of non-free images that will likely be deleted as they don't comply. Most of the images involved in the article were released by the Australian Department of Defence for Media use; the rest were previously available on Wikipedia or taken by members of the 7th Bn who release the images for public use.
4. A large amount of unreferenced text being added. I'll approach this in two parts: 4a. I can only see the following paragraphs without citations MRTF-1 Operations (this information was gained from the same reference as MRTF-1 Para, don't see a need to quote it twice) ATF-2 (There is very little written about this deployment, none on the internet or at the War Memorial. The information gained was through interview of 7RAR pers who were present. ADF Social Media policy indicates that Defence members cannot identify themselves on Social Media, nor would I want to identify them.) SIB/current composition (No civilian interest was apparent when 7 RAR transitioned to SIB. The information was gained first hand be people who were there last year) Hierarchy (This list is maintained current absolutely nowhere in print and cannot be referenced. Instead; I challenge anybody to disprove it.) Graham Cornes Football match (an initiative taken last year by LTCOL Wells, it has received nil media attention. There is nothing anywhere to reference to it either in print or digitally, except the picture of it occurring.) KIA (This list was transcribed from the honour roll displayed at 7RAR's barracks in Horseshoe Lines, Adelaide. I have subsequently revised this and included a reference.)
5. Lists of soldiers killed in action which is probably not appropriate per WP:NOTMEMORIAL There is no attempt to memorialize the list of 7 RAR members who died on operations; simply a list. It does not say 'in respect of' or 'lest we forget' or anything except that they were killed in action. The intent in future is to investigate each of these members and provide information regarding their background, service and manner of death. The leadership of 7RAR was canvassed IRT listing the Bn's KIA and overwhelmingly agreed that it was appropriate and in good taste, as I'm sure the families of the deceased would agree.
6. Quite a lot of "trivia" has been included (i.e. various dining in nights, football matches etc.) these really should not be included per WP:TRIVIA. This 'trivia' is included under the heading 'Regimental Artifacts and Traditions'. Yes; it is a list. It is an important list that defines factors of a the Bn's culture and identity; it is not trivia and should not be presented in another way.
Approximately 6,300 words of new information was presented in this revision, updating the article from about 2006 to 2015. It is the work of the Officers of the 7th Battalion. I may be new to Wiki Formatting etc (FYI this interface is extremely prohibitive and counter to Wikimedia's objectives). I do not believe that this knowledge, derived from subject matter experts, holds no value to Wikipedia and the world. I believe that the information should be left as posted. If people wish to add more information, or references become available in future, they can add them. I'm sure there are a lot of 'amateurish' Wikipedia edits out there that present new information. It should be up to the community to improve the presentation of the information; not to suppress it.
I'm going to re-edit the page with a few minor mods as per your suggestions. I noted that you could not have read the article in the time it took between posting and revert. I implore you to look at more than the comparison tool as it is misleading due to the change in order (which is why I wanted to restart the article initially). — Preceding unsigned comment added by 7RAR (talk • contribs) 12:33, 12 February 2015 (UTC)
Today when I was searching for some topic on wikipedia, I received this "http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=User_talk:22.214.171.124&redirect=no" which says you undid my contribution to Mukesh Ambani. But I haven't contributed anything on Wikipedia. So I think there is some misunderstanding. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 126.96.36.199 (talk) 03:00, 5 March 2015 (UTC)