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Welcome![edit]

Welcome!

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Thanks for those photos[edit]

The photos on your user page are wonderful: good looking and informative. Thank you. —Chris Chittleborough 07:06, 20 March 2006 (UTC)

Thanks for the compliment! I'm glad they are helpful. bcasterlinetalk 18:51, 20 March 2006 (UTC)

Hi ! I'm searching for a picture of volcano Imbabura. The thing is it needs to be big so I can print a picture. Do you have a picture of this volcano but with 500 ko or more? Your pictures are beautiful Here is my email, PLEASE contact me : stephaniecousineau@hotmail.com

Military history WikiProject Newsletter, Issue I[edit]

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History of Earth[edit]

I wanted to thank you for your suggestions regarding references at History of Earth. I am working to reference the article as well as I can. However, I'm a physician and so only an amateur in the various fields the article covers. In particular, I am not up-to-date on the newest research in the different branches. Your user page suggests you have some expertise in this area; if you have any new references to offer or any that are superior to the ones I've selected, I'd be very appreciative. Any other feedback on the article would be appreciated as well. Thanks! — Knowledge Seeker 06:33, 2 April 2006 (UTC)

I'm no expert, just a student. :) I'm not especially familiar with the newest research either, although I don't believe any of the theories History of Earth presents have been substantially revised in the last couple years. It's 15 years old now, but I would recommend looking at The Emergence of Animals (ISBN 0231066473) by the McMenamins. The book is cited frequently and provides a good overview of the rise of animals, a development which doesn't get very prominent placement in the article as is. (Although the way you have it structured, around multicellularity and the colonization of land, might flow better and make more sense.) You've done a fantastic job, by the way. It'd be great to see the article get FA status. bcasterline t 17:44, 2 April 2006 (UTC)

Military history Collaboration of the Fortnight[edit]

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Agroecology[edit]

hey i just wondered about your definition bullets on the agroecology page. they seem to be a little bit limiting: i.e. when you say "Agroecosystems are maintained at an early successional state" that is patently not true. i've worked with agroforestry systems (especially in the tropics) that are specifically designed to remain diverse in horizontal and vertical space. thus, in their first years they are planted at a simple successional stage, but within five to ten years trees and multi-level crops grow together to create a healthy diverse ecosystem while keeping high overall yields. another misleading statement is that "Agroecosystems generally exhibit monoculture" - a certain type of agroecosystem would be a monoculture. however, polycultures and other types exist countering that model. overall, "agroecosystem" is a general term for managed, productive systems, while the term you seem to be discussing is perhaps "industrial agriculture." —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 128.32.77.115 (talkcontribs) 06:58, 12 April 2006.

Thanks for your comments. You seem to be an authority on the subject, so please feel free to make changes to the article. You're right that farming methods vary, so the six bullet points I added should not be considered the ultimate description of every agroecosystem. However, I do think it is accurate to say that most agroecosystems around the world conform to those characteristics, so generalities aren't completely inapropriate. bcasterline t 07:39, 12 April 2006 (UTC)

DYK[edit]

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Arthropleuridea[edit]

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Spangineer[es] (háblame) 02:17, 17 April 2006 (UTC)

Islamofascism[edit]

Hey, Bcasterline, did you mean to revert the changes I just made? I was confused by your edit summary. IronDuke 00:02, 20 April 2006 (UTC)

Sorry, I must have inadvertently clicked through the edit conflict warning -- didn't mean for it to be a stealthy revert. I would have reverted them anyway, though. bcasterline t 00:04, 20 April 2006 (UTC)

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John Crosby - Added categories[edit]

Thanks for putting those in. I'd only just put the article online this afternoon and thought about the categories a bit later.

However, I wonder whether he really belongs in the "opera directors" category. Yes, he did direct the COMPANY, but, to my knowledge, he did not stage direct any individual production, only conducted them.

So does he really fit into the same group as those avant garde regietheatre-type people such as Wilson, Ponelle, Bieito?????? None of the rest of the group actually ran opera houses, except maybe the Wagners.

Thoughts?

Vivaverdi 00:00, 6 May 2006 (UTC)

Actually, take a look at the people on the Opera managers list, which includes the likes of Rudolph Bing: Wikipedia:WikiProject_Opera#Opera_managers

I'm moving Crosby over to that group, as it really makes more sense.

Vivaverdi 00:09, 6 May 2006 (UTC)

You're right; that category is a much better fit. And perhaps a Category:Opera conductors is in order. bcasterline t 00:29, 6 May 2006 (UTC)

Matthew Fort[edit]

I didn't make his category a British food writer because I hadn't found a reference saying he was British. He may have been born in another country (like Prue Leith who seems very British but was born in South Africa.) Please could you find a source to say he's British, and then I can also add that information to his article not just the category. If not the category should remain as 'Food writer' only. Ta. Kymara 09:15, 9 May 2006 (UTC)

I wasn't able to find a source online that said where he was born. This page, however, suggests that his schooling was largely in England, so I think it's safe to assume he was born there. Even if he weren't, he's probably a naturalized or registered British citizen; and considering almost all of his work has been there, I think it's appropriate to call him British. Feel free to change it if you disagree, of course. bcasterline t 12:19, 9 May 2006 (UTC)
Just saw that you found a source, anyway. Problem solved. bcasterline t 12:21, 9 May 2006 (UTC)
Yep, got one now but that's a great source, thanks Kymara 16:55, 9 May 2006 (UTC)

Olympic Peninsula[edit]

Ruby Beach (small).jpg

Hi there. After your comments on R/K selection theory the other day, I popped round to your userpage, only to come across a photograph just like one I took (see right). Your's is much nicer, but it was very pleasing to be reminded of the place. Easily one of my favourite places. Cheers, --Plumbago 19:04, 9 May 2006 (UTC)

Wow, amazing coincidence -- looks like we were standing in nearly the same spot, although you managed to avoid the tide. :) Really a great area. I'm planning to be out there again in a couple months, in fact. bcasterline t 19:27, 9 May 2006 (UTC)
Oddly enough, I had a similar experience with a photograph I took of Carhenge. I was directed to a website which had, I first thought, ripped off a photograph of mine. It turned out that we'd just taken a photograph from the same vantage point. Particularly strange was that even our skies looked similar (then again, it was Nebraska ...). Anyway, I'm very envious of your trip out there. It is a great coastline - very attractive, full of rockpool creatures and almost completely empty of people (at least when I was there). Neah Point, up by Neah Bay, is pretty cool too. Have a good trip! --Plumbago 10:16, 11 May 2006 (UTC)

Cole page[edit]

Hi B. I saw your comment to Isarig and am not sure you realize that on May 9, he had an unfortunate edit war with Lee Hunter. During this episode, they both broke the 3rv rule. CSTAR, who was also an active participant on the page, blocked Isarig . He did not block Lee, even after Isarig pointed out that the rule has *not* been applied unevenhandedly. Of course you have a point about civility and I feel very strongly about that, but in this context I feel you are kind of rubbing salt into a wound since he has made a valid point to CSTAR and has been ignored. I think he is just frustrated at this point. elizmr 02:30, 12 May 2006 (UTC)

Thanks for stopping by. I know about the edit war; I saw what happened. I don't think that excuses Isarig's comments, which have been hostile and uncivil since before the 3RR block. But, as I mentioned in my comment, I wasn't censuring him, only trying to give advice. If the hostility could be toned down a notch or two (some of which may be inadvertent, such as perceived sarcasm), work could start on improving the article and unprotecting it. bcasterline t 12:57, 12 May 2006 (UTC)
I agree, but want to note that the treatment of this particular user was not evenhanded. It takes more than one individual to make an edit war and there was hostility, snarkiness, failure to listen, etc on the part of a few individuals. Singling out one individual does not put Wikipedia in a good light. elizmr 13:28, 12 May 2006 (UTC)
(This has all be said at Talk:Juan Cole, but it bears repitition.) In retrospect, you're right. LeeHunter should also have been blocked, but, since his violation of 3RR was less conspicuous, it was overlooked. By the time anyone mentioned this fact, it was too late to block him for it -- and since 3RR blocks are meant more as a "cool down" period than a punishment, it wouldn't have been much help anyway. I'm sure it was a good faith mistake, and I think it should be left at that. bcasterline t 13:45, 12 May 2006 (UTC)
I would agree, but CSTAR then signed a statement singling out Isar. for condemnation. (Which you have also signed). I find this disturbing. elizmr 13:50, 12 May 2006 (UTC)
The statement says: "At least one of the editors involved on the page, Isarig, seems to have no regard for policy, having violated the WP:3RR and WP:NPA in the last few days." It names Isarig as the most egregious violator, but does not say he is the only one. It's strong; but he is the most egregious violator, so I think the statement is accurate. But, as Isarig just said, now is a good time to move on from this and begin work on the article. bcasterline t 14:00, 12 May 2006 (UTC)
"sees to have no regard for policy" seems completely over the top to me and not accurate in its magnitude. I agree we should move on, but it is not with good collegial feelings that I can do this after these administrator-sanctioned personal attacks. elizmr 16:20, 12 May 2006 (UTC)
I disagree. But I do applaud your advocacy for evenhandedness; and if you think a serious injustice and abuse of admin privileges has taken place, then I encourage you, as CSTAR suggested, to open an RfC. Otherwise, please let it go so that we can all table this dispute and focus on something else. bcasterline t 19:17, 12 May 2006 (UTC)
Well, it is hard to move on. There has been a lot of crap slung around very unapologetically. This is not in accordance with Wikipedia principles. elizmr 20:51, 12 May 2006 (UTC)

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DYK![edit]

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Promotion of the Indian map FP[edit]

Hi bcasterline: I wanted to say thanks for closing the Indian map FPC nomination. I appreciate that my comment made what should have been a straightforward promotion rather more awkward, and demanded a rigorous explanation :-) Anyway, for what it's worth, I think you made the right decision and I'd have promoted it myself last night except that I felt I should recuse even from promoting it. Cheers, ~ VeledanTalk 20:12, 16 May 2006 (UTC)

Thanks, I appreciate that. I'm glad someone is around to notice the anomalies and to question whether featured pictures are really satisfactory as opposed to just popular. I'm pretty confident both were true in this case, but, since polls are evil, votes should generally never be taken at face value. I'd never gone through that promotion procedure before, by the way. I envy your bot. :) -- bcasterlinetalk 20:44, 16 May 2006 (UTC)
If you have ever used the pywikipediabot framework, I'd be very glad to have to you test it. If not, be assured I'll make a distribution available as soon as I can get someone to replicate the bug PS2 had with it (it works fine on all my machines, frustratingly)... ~ VeledanTalk 20:53, 16 May 2006 (UTC)
Unfortunately, I'm completely unfamiliar with bot functionality. So, to spare Wikipedia the menace of an untamed bot, I'll wait for the more domesticated public version. Let me know when you make it available, though. -- bcasterlinetalk 21:01, 16 May 2006 (UTC)

FP renaming[edit]

Basically not enough people registered their support for me to really push the issue. It just kind of died in the water. Also, I sort of lost interest in pursuing it when I found the WP:FSC page and thought that each media type would get its own promotion page. I didn't think that was optimal, but it wasn't important enough to challenge. That project never really got off the ground though... Another problem I see with renaming is the overhead. Should we really go around renaming pages just so some confused people don't think we should feature diagrams/maps? No. The only reason I see for the renaming is to broaden FPC to other media types (sounds and movies) which is another matter entirely. I'd love to see featured sounds and movies though, if you want to take up the fight. If you do do it, we have to think about how we can adjust WP:WIAFP to meet the broader criterion of inclusion. Taking up the issue at the Village Pump sounds like the best way to proceed if you're interested. BrokenSegue 23:59, 16 May 2006 (UTC)

Thanks for the quick response. I think focusing the criteria on "encyclopedic value" and "Wikipedia's best work" would allow fairly painless expansion into other media types. Most of the criteria revolve around either those two points or technical details (resolution, license, etc.). I see what you mean about the amount of renaming/moving work involved -- there would be a significant amount of it. But, considering the debate over diagrams/maps is recurrent, and considering other media types (with WP:FSC apparently defunct) are neglected entirely, I think it would be worthwhile. Anyway, I'd like to pursue this issue, so, as you suggest, I think I will bring it up on the VIllage Pump when I have some time the beginning of next week. -- bcasterlinetalk 00:53, 17 May 2006 (UTC)

India map[edit]

Hi! Thanks for the wishes and the promotion. Regards, =Nichalp «Talk»= 12:59, 20 May 2006 (UTC)

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Enquiry[edit]

Hi,

I have an enquiry regarding the Featured Picture Policy and thought that you will be the right person to ask. What I wanted to know is that according to FP policies, is there any that policy that disallows an autostereogram being a featured (you can find many examples of autostereograms in the article linked). I found many brilliant autostereograms in the article but thought that there might be inhibitions among those who vote against such images. Myself going through the FP policy, the only thing that can be a problem is the fifth criteria that says it should add value to article in way no other images does. But this is also subjective. Can you please clarify my doubts. Regards, -Ambuj Saxena (talk) 10:51, 28 May 2006 (UTC)

Hey. As it is currently set up, any image type of any subject can be nominated as a FPC -- policy doesn't explicitly exclude anything. Personally, I think a good autostereogram, one which shows what autostereograms are all about, would satisfy the criteria. But, as you say, and as the India map promotion revealed, many voters do have problems promoting images that are not pictures. I think an autostereogram would have trouble. You won't know until you try, though, so if you have a good autostereogram in mind, I would encourage you to nominate it. -- bcasterlinetalk 22:45, 30 May 2006 (UTC)

New Idea for 0.5 Version Nominations reviewing[edit]

Hey, I made a layout for my idea of reviewing at User:Chcknwnm/Sandbox. If you think it's appropriate it should probably go to Wikipedia:Version 0.5 Nominations/Reviews. Anyway, let me know what you think, and feel free to say that it will cause too much extra work or isn't appropriate for this project...just looking for feedback. I'll send this message to all the current reviewers to get their imput. Later, Chuck(척뉴넘) 06:18, 29 May 2006 (UTC)

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Is Oceania a continent[edit]

I put some of my arguements on the Template:Continents. Another thing, is that the Pacific Isles, and New Zealand aren't part of any continent if Oceania is not considered one. 74.137.230.39 02:20, 14 July 2006 (UTC)

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Digg article[edit]

I saw that you took out some of the information I had added about criticisms of Digg. I am curious as to how that information constituted original resource or uncited sources, as mentioned in your edit summary.

I guess I can see how including usernames of top submitters can be a little extraneous (even though it was sourced - Digg's top users list), but the rest I'm confused about. Thanks. Czj 22:42, 23 July 2006 (UTC)

Note: I am referring only to the block of text that talks about top users monopolizing content (which is the part I contributed). I agree that the other areas you took out were unsourced. Czj 22:45, 23 July 2006 (UTC)
Thanks for asking instead of knee-jerk reverting. I removed a section of the bullet point you added because it looks like original research. The first part you added is exactly what belongs in the Criticism section because it originates from the source you cited; the second seemed to originate from your own observations, which are not really appropriate for a Wikipedia article even if the underlying facts are sourced. Something can have a source and still be original research.
If the information in that second part was published somewhere, though, feel free to put it back.-- bcasterlinetalk 23:03, 23 July 2006 (UTC)

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CUSCOPERU.COM links[edit]

I see you've removed a ton of external links placed from www.cuscoperu.com ... I was going to do that myself yesterday, since it seemed a classic case of commercial spamming, but decided to leave them in because (unlike most such links) they had a lot of good content and weren't too overtly commercial. I won't undo your undoing, but thought I'd mention this; if they come back, give them a second look. - DavidWBrooks 17:13, 14 August 2006 (UTC)

Yeah, they weren't as commercial as most spam links are. But, since they focused on travel and tourism information, and were usually written in pretty poor English, I didn't think they were appropriate for encyclopedia articles -- spam or otherwise. I'll make sure to watch User talk:Madimalso, though, to see if he has anything to say about it. -- bcasterlinetalk 17:57, 14 August 2006 (UTC)

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Completing Version 0.5 reviews[edit]

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Re:Thanks[edit]

bcasterline said:
For that

No problem. I thought that was quite sneaky myself. It's sometimes hard to tell these IP addresses made by malintenters and the good ones, but I'm sure this was neither you, nor something you wish to have kept on your page. :D Bobo. 01:15, 14 September 2006 (UTC)

Yeah, not exactly a helpful edit. But I am now one of the privileged many to have had their userpage vandalized! -- bcasterlinetalk 01:26, 14 September 2006 (UTC)

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Demosthenes[edit]

Hi! I remembered you had reviewd Aspasia and your help was valuable for getting it to FA status. I have requested another peer-revie now (here) for Demosthenes. I would be grateful if you could check the prose and have a quick look through the article. Any further suggestions are welcomed. Regards!--Yannismarou 14:45, 29 September 2006 (UTC)

Cerro Maravilla Incident[edit]

Greetings!! I noticed that you peer reveiwed the Cerro Maravilla Incident on Sept. 6 and I thank you for it. I took your recommendations to heart and made a few adjustments. I would greatly appreciate it if you took a second look to see if it meets the WP:GAC criteria. Any new suggestions are always welcome!! Thanx. - Mtmelendez 23:06, 1 October 2006 (UTC)

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Great Trail[edit]

Thanks for your sensible and thought-provoking comments about the Great Trail. I have placed our discussion at Talk:Great Trail. Happy New Year. HouseOfScandal08:24, 30 December 2006 (UTC)

History of Earth[edit]

Okay, I'll dig up my historical geology text, which I was just looking for, and look at it. Yes, I see the scientific peer-review is rather defunk, now. I noticed it crossed off another page, after I posted the comment. It needs to be done, technical articles need technical reviews. KP Botany 20:00, 30 December 2006 (UTC)

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Thanks![edit]

Thanks for your input at Peer Review. List of Pennsylvania state parks is now a featured list candidate here: Wikipedia:Featured list candidates/List of Pennsylvania state parks. All input is greatly appreciated, Dincher, VerruckteDan, and Ruhrfisch 01:13, 14 March 2007 (UTC)

Thanks[edit]

Thanks for your thoughtful comments on the peer review page for Siddha Yoga, they were appreciated. I intend to implement them when time permits.TheRingess (talk) 20:52, 18 March 2007 (UTC)

Thanks for DST review[edit]

Thanks for your helpful review of Daylight saving time. I have incorporated your comments and plan to submit the article for Featured Article status whenever I have the time (and can figure out how to do it—I've never done it before). The article was greatly improved as a result of your comments. Eubulides 21:18, 21 March 2007 (UTC)

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I copied the following sentence from Wikipedia talk:Credentials are irrelevant to Wikipedia talk:Credentials matter:

Please check whether I've quoted you out of context.--Kevinkor2 05:34, 23 March 2007 (UTC)

You haven't. Thanks for asking. -- bcasterlinetalk 06:09, 23 March 2007 (UTC)

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On 14 July, 2006 you changed the article List of time periods to say that the three-age system for prehistory is the Stone Age, the Copper Age, and the Bronze Age. I think it's supposed to be the Stone Age, the Bronze Age, and the Iron Age. Stone is harder than Copper, so people kept making many weapons and tools out of Stone even after they learned how to use Copper. I think the Copper Age either: 1. wasn't significant enough to be included in the three-age system, 2. wasn't discovered until after the three-age system was originally created, or 3. is considered to be a late part of the Stone Age or an early part of the Bronze age. Maybe some combination of those three. I propose that the article be changed accordingly, but I'll give you a chance to comment first. - Shaheenjim 03:29, 17 October 2007 (UTC)

Looks like I was moving material around within the same article rather than adding anything new (albeit in a sloppy two-part edit -- here to here). I do recall thinking that perhaps the copper age didn't really belong since it's not one of the three listed on the article three-age system, but in the end I decided to let someone more knowledgeable sort it out. Looks like that's finally happened. So please feel free to change it as you like. -- bcasterlinetalk 19:11, 17 October 2007 (UTC)

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The Bugle: Issue LXX, January 2012[edit]

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The Bugle: Issue LXXI, February 2012[edit]

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Military history coordinator election[edit]

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