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Hello, and welcome to my talk page! I try to respond very quickly to queries here, but sometimes I do procrastinate, so.....yeah. If I left you a message on your talk page, simply copy-paste this: {{subst:mytalk}} to anywhere on my talk page. If I reply to a message here, I will copy-paste this template to your talk page. I do not like to watch talk pages, as there are many edits that occur which are unrelated to my topic, and just creates more junk mail for me. Thanks for stopping by!

vn-3 This user talk page has been vandalized 3 times.


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Rollbacker (topicon)[edit]

Hello Benhen1997 in the top of your user page you have contributed {{rollbacker}} which says "This user has rollback rights on English Wikipedia" but according to this page you are not rollbacker please don't give wrong info at your user page untill you are not granted this right you are not permitted to write this Greatuser (talk) 14:14, 10 December 2012 (UTC)

I do not remember adding this icon to the top of my page. Should I remove logo on the edit script?
Ben S. Henderson (talk) 14:23, 10 December 2012 (UTC)
Please Remove the logo (icon) from you your user page, if you are granted this right you may add the logo Greatuser (talk) 17:18, 10 December 2012 (UTC)
Done. Again, I do not know how this appeared. Thanks for your help,
Ben S. Henderson (talk) 17:27, 10 December 2012 (UTC)
Its OK i feel happy to help other users Greatuser (talk) 17:30, 10 December 2012 (UTC)



Thanks for doing the Gators team statistics. I did them all last year and know that it is very time consuming! ~ Richmond96 TC 16:28, 20 January 2013 (UTC)

Not a problem! Ben S. Henderson (talk) 16:34, 26 March 2013 (UTC)

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Hey Benhen1997

I'm sending you this because you've made quite a few edits to the template namespace in the past couple of months. If I've got this wrong, or if I haven't but you're not interested in my request, don't worry; this is the only notice I'm sending out on the subject :).

So, as you know (or should know - we sent out a centralnotice and several watchlist notices) we're planning to deploy the VisualEditor on Monday, 1 July, as the default editor. For those of us who prefer markup editing, fear not; we'll still be able to use the markup editor, which isn't going anywhere.

What's important here, though, is that the VisualEditor features an interactive template inspector; you click an icon on a template and it shows you the parameters, the contents of those fields, and human-readable parameter names, along with descriptions of what each parameter does. Personally, I find this pretty awesome, and from Monday it's going to be heavily used, since, as said, the VisualEditor will become the default.

The thing that generates the human-readable names and descriptions is a small JSON data structure, loaded through an extension called TemplateData. I'm reaching out to you in the hopes that you'd be willing and able to put some time into adding TemplateData to high-profile templates. It's pretty easy to understand (heck, if I can write it, anyone can) and you can find a guide here, along with a list of prominent templates, although I suspect we can all hazard a guess as to high-profile templates that would benefit from this. Hopefully you're willing to give it a try; the more TemplateData sections get added, the better the interface can be. If you run into any problems, drop a note on the Feedback page.

Thanks, Okeyes (WMF) (talk) 21:39, 28 June 2013 (UTC)


I appreciate the work you're doing on rail route templates, but is the inclusion of every river really helpful to the reader? Those articles are more about services than the physical routes themselves. In the case of the Silver Meteor (for example), I would think the inclusion of rivers more appropriate in articles about the individual CSX subdivisions over which that and other trains run. Cheers, Mackensen (talk) 12:27, 19 July 2013 (UTC)

I do see where you're coming from. My original intent was to include only major water crossings (Hudson, Delaware, Susquehanna, St. Johns, etc.), as a reader may be interested in that to know where the route leads. I didn't quite plan on including things like the C. Stanley Weaver Canal, or other non-important or non-navigable waterways, it just sorta happened toward the end. As I continue, I will try very hard to keep the small, non-important rivers out of the diagram, to keep the diagram from growing to a massive size (Template:Amtrak Acela), and revisit those on which I have done way too much (Template:Amtrak Acela).
Ben (talk) 12:36, 19 July 2013 (UTC)
I'm sorry, but I've been looking at the growth of the various Amtrak templates and it's just out of hand. These are route templates. They're meant to show the stations the service stops at. There's so much detail now that the stations are getting dwarfed. I'm having trouble reading them. Mackensen (talk) 22:10, 10 August 2013 (UTC)

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SEC Standings[edit]

For your future reference, official standings can be viewed on the SEC website[1]. Head-to-head results as tiebreakers are not used until the regular season ends and all conference games have been played. Prior to that point, the SEC uses winning percentage in conference games to establish the standings. GarnetAndBlack (talk) 06:05, 3 November 2013 (UTC)

Thanks for the clarification.
Ben (talk) 13:02, 3 November 2013 (UTC)

Oklahoma NFL Draft tables[edit]

I see you've done some work on Oklahoma football season articles. There's currently a discussion on talk:2006 Oklahoma Sooners football team about whether the NFL draft following the season should be displayed in a table or a block of text. We need some people to put in their opinions. Kobra98 (talk) 18:47, 1 November 2013 (UTC)

Your request for rollback[edit]

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nominating for GA[edit]

Hi Benhen, I notice that you tried to nominate a GA at WP:GAN. This actually won't work due to the bot; you can see instructions for how to nominate at WP:GAN/I. Thanks for your work on this one, and good luck with your nomination! -- Khazar2 (talk) 17:48, 29 November 2013 (UTC)

Yes check.svg Done Thanks for your help. BenYes? 19:05, 29 November 2013 (UTC)

2013 Florida State Seminoles football team GAC should be withdrawn[edit]

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Oregon not a Pac-12 North Division Co-Champion[edit]


Oregon is not a Pac-12 North Division co-champion with Stanford. You are correct that they are indeed tied for first, until you take into account the tiebreaker, which is Stanford's win over Oregon. I'd like to point out that I am a die hard Duck fan, but the page has to be accurate.

Athies22 (talk) 00:02, 1 December 2013 (UTC)

Because they are tied for first, they are co-champions. See the 2011 Oregon Ducks football team page, where the same thing happened, only in Oregon's favor. Oregon still went to the championship as the divisional rep, but the division championship is shared among the two tied teams. Also see 2012 Florida Gators football team.
BenYes? 00:11, 1 December 2013 (UTC)
The problem is, is that they are not tied for first, in case of a tie, there is a tie-breaker, which Stanford wins. If that is the case about the 2011 page it should be altered. As for Florida they are in a different conference which may have rules that allow for divisional co-champions, the problem here is the Pac-12 does not. Not only does the Pac-12 have no mention of divisional co-champions, the University of Oregon Athletic Department has released nothing regarding being crowned as divisional co-champions.

Athies22 (talk) 00:15, 1 December 2013 (UTC)

OK, I'll look into the conference rules. Thanks for bringing this possibility to me. I didn't consider this.
BenYes? 00:17, 1 December 2013 (UTC)

Editing at Arena Corinthians[edit]


I'm aware of the problems of constantly reverting the editions on Arena Corinthians. But I don't understand this last revision. I did as written on the dispute resolution guidelines ("When you find a passage in an article that is biased or inaccurate, improve it if you can;"). I gathered more sources to the controversies, written them in impartial form (the older revisions are clearly biased and even go off-topic, starting to talk about a club officer's night life) and moved the controversies topic to the bottom of the article (which is what I usually find in other articles around Wikipedia).

I didn't know I was doing something wrong this time. Is that wrong? Gathering more information to put in the article? (talk) 23:10, 1 December 2013 (UTC)

I see now….I didn't see the move to the bottom. Thanks for bringing this to me. Sorry for any inconvenience. BenYes? 23:16, 1 December 2013 (UTC)
It's okay, I am sorry for causing you trouble earlier, I should have done that from the start. (talk) 23:44, 1 December 2013 (UTC)

Sorry for troubling you again, but it the same use who made the first changes on the controversies (User:Rauzaruku) seems to keep reverting the revisions I did to the article. His text is simply a transcription of an article (and a very poorly translated one) And this guy continues to threat me and impose his will (if you go to the talk page, you'll see his behaviour, and later I found that he even deleted another comment at one moment just so he wouldn't need to respond, to later come with another threat), I know talking won't do anything: he simply won't listen.

On another topic, but still related to this, he said "blogs are unreliable sources" as the reason for undoing my revisions. I completely understand someone's blogspot or wordpress is clearly unreliable, but what about editors working for a news portal or agency on a regular basis (which is quite a common occurrence and released by a certain agency, which has credentials and credibility to publish news and reports)?

Sorry again for the trouble. (talk) 16:50, 2 December 2013 (UTC)

This IP have a serious WP:COI problem. He is a Corinthians supporter (proved here at this diff:, he says "MY world championship" in portuguese) trying to do propaganda here, just it. Now he is desperated, trying to impose his COI, fancruft and biased article. Rauzaruku (talk) 17:40, 2 December 2013 (UTC)

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BTW, you should review WP:BLANKING. Toddst1 (talk) 02:58, 20 December 2013 (UTC)

Thanks, I'll keep WP:BLANKING in mind. I would never start/engage in a war intentionally. WP:BLANKING will keep me from doing edit wars more. BenYes? 03:09, 20 December 2013 (UTC)
I came here to mention something similar. While the IP's attacks on your user page were completely unacceptable, and their vandalism of someone else's talk page which lead to you warning them also wrong (so your warnings completely justified), as Toddst1 has hinted at WP:BLANKING does allow the IP to remove most of the stuff on their talk page including that which you were removing, if they desire. It sounds like you know this now, I only really mentioned it again so people know I am following up. Nil Einne (talk) 04:45, 20 December 2013 (UTC)

NFL Draft section format[edit]

Hey, I saw that you're a contributor to college football articles, so could you leave your opinion here: Wikipedia_talk:WikiProject College football#NFL_Draft_section. I'm trying to get responses. Kobra98 (talk) 05:16, 17 January 2014 (UTC)

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I-4 exit list[edit]

I reverted your changes. Most of what you did was adding street names and shields that do not appear on signs along I-4 (and some of which are incorrect, e.g. SR 438). As for the truck routes, there happens to be a linked article: Bannered routes of U.S. Route 17#Maitland truck route (and signs on I-4). --NE2 02:46, 8 April 2014 (UTC)

See the county FDOT maps. This one in particular shows that SR 438, per your example, is a (technically) correct listing for that road. I, myself, have, however, driven through Orlando many times before, and I know how some of the bannered routes are (frustratingly to people who don't live there, such as myself) not listed on the overhead signs. So, I do understand your rationale completely. I should have checked around for the Truck Routes for more information. I did save my (over?)expanded version of the exit list for I-4 in my sandbox, as I had a feeling that this would happen, so I can see if it can become more realistic. Most of what I did was putting the bannered route names and street names in the {{Junction}} template to eliminate situations such as DeBary, Deltona (CR 4162). BenYes? 03:00, 8 April 2014 (UTC)
Those county maps are full of errors (not only SR 438, but SR 15 in downtown, SR 424A, CR 434, the south end of SR 423 [typoed as SR 523], CR 535, the east end of SR 536, the east end of SR 482). Signs are posted indicating that state maintenance ends at Rio Grande, and FDOT GIS data and straight line diagrams agree (if you're looking for maps, the federal aid maps are imperfect but do show state maintenance accurately). With the exception of one recently-removed sign just west of Edgewater, SR 438 has not been signed east of Rio Grande for the 15 years I've lived here. --NE2 03:14, 8 April 2014 (UTC)

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2014 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament[edit]

Why exactly are you not listing the seeds on the Super Regionals? Do you not realize that the seeds carry over to the Super Regionals? And do you not realize that it isn't until the College World Series itself that only the Top 8 seeds get listed, not the Super Regionals. Please explain why you are listing it opposite of how the NCAA lists it, especially since that is the source. Bigddan11 (talk) 20:11, 2 June 2014 (UTC)

I do not see an NCAA source given on the page that specifically refers to Regional-level seedings being used at the Super Regional level. Given that, it would be strange to have a game of a #1 team playing another #1 team, just because they're from different Regionals. Also, the consensus for every other NCAA Baseball Tournament page is to start using the national seeding for the Super Regional level and everything following. The reason for this is that the national seeds automatically host the Super Regional. However, if the national seeds lose in the Regional Tournament, then the Super Regional site is bid upon among the Regional champions. BenYes? 20:24, 2 June 2014 (UTC)
Actually the higest remaining seed hosts the Super Regional if the national seed is eliminated. If LSU loses tonight to Houston and Texas wins over A&M, Austin would host the Super Regional because the are the higher 2-seed. LSU is the 8th seed, meaning Rice was 9th seed, as they aim for 8 vs. 9 in the 2nd round. If you actually trace out the seeding with this knowledge, it makes Texas the 24-seed and Houston the 25-seed, so Austin would host the Super regional if Texas beats A&M and Houston beats LSU. There has never been any bidding involved. Should Houston and A&M win, Houston would host the Super Regional as they were a 2-seed and A&M was a 3-seed. While they only show the top 8 seeds, the baseball tournament has always been done the same way as the NCAA Basketball Tournament in terms of seeding. They make the second round a 1 vs. 16, 2 vs. 15, 3 vs. 14, and so forth should all the 1 seeds advance. And it is the official NCAA bracket that has always been used here at Wikipedia, which you can see here. It clearly shows there they carry over the seeds they originally have into the Super Regionals. However when the go to the College World Series, it is the national seeds they use.Bigddan11 (talk) 21:01, 2 June 2014 (UTC)
If that's the case, with the highest remaining seed from Regionals hosting, then the fifth paragraph of the lead section on NCAA Division I Baseball Championship should be rephrased. Is there a source that could be used from the NCAA that provides guidance in that matter? I see how the seeding is done on the NCAA bracket, I'm just a bit curious about why there seems to be a consensus on how the Super Regional teams are seeded on every other page. It does make sense that the national seeds are used in the College World Series, I just find it a bit odd that the NCAA wouldn't use them at the Super Regional level. But, that's just how I see it, and we must use the NCAA format if that is the given source. BenYes? 14:07, 3 June 2014 (UTC)
Also, I just noticed something that I find a bit strange. In the "Austin" Super Regional, both #2 seeds advanced to the Super Regional Tournament, Houston and Texas. I thought that Houston would be the host, since they were from the national seed's Regional, LSU. Why does Texas host in this case? BenYes? 14:13, 3 June 2014 (UTC)
And according to this, it seems that the Committee selects the Super Regional hosts if the national seed doesn't advance. BenYes? 14:40, 3 June 2014 (UTC)
They will claim that they select the site, but they really just defer to the actual way they seeded everyone 1-64. As I explained earlier, they actually seed all the 1 seeds 1-16, though they only list 1-8 for everyone to see. They make it where the 16th 1 seed will play the 1 1-seed in the 2nd round should both advance. The 17-seed is then placed in the 16th 1-seeds region as the 2-seed, and they work there way back to 32 being the 2 seed in the overall 1's region. A lot of the placement is done geographically, but if all of it were done so, then it would have been Houston in the Houston regional and not Texas. With that knowledge, you can figure out exactly how they seeded everyone. LSU was the 9th 1-seed. That makes Texas the 24-seed (or 8th #2 seed) and Houston the 25-seed (or 9th #2 seed). Looking back you will find that they always select the higher seed to host the Super Regional, as long as their field is available, based on how they initally seeded them all. You will also see that no 4-seed has ever hosted a Super Regional.Bigddan11 (talk) 15:43, 3 June 2014 (UTC)

Luca Berardocco[edit]

This is the English Wikipedia, if you're going to add to content pages please do it in English, else goto the appropriate language version. Thank you. Mlpearc (open channel) 17:08, 19 June 2014 (UTC)

No, I removed the non-English content on that page. By reverting my edit there, you re-added the non-english content here. BenYes? 17:12, 19 June 2014 (UTC)

Genre Warrior @work[edit]

Hi there. Thanks for your message. It is tough dealing with a Genre Warrior. This editor uses a tpyical method of changing genres in musical band articles all within one huge edit consisting of good and bad edits, thinking that noone will notice. He then goes on to call me names, e.g. "stupid", "lazy" etc., and has the effrontery to tell me that I should correct his bad edits. He has now finally removed his own bad edits and kept the good ones. Thanks for your concern again. (talk) 17:52, 19 June 2014 (UTC)

Thanks for your quick mea culpa[edit]

I saw your {{Uw-mos1}} on my talk page and was rereading some MOS pages, trying to figure out what the issue was when I saw your retraction. No harm done, and thanks for your speedy followup. (talk) 02:13, 21 June 2014 (UTC)

No problem. BenYes? 02:14, 21 June 2014 (UTC)

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Unblock request[edit]

Your 3RR complaint (permalink) about the edit war at Oona King was closed with blocks. One of the IPs is now requesting unblock. You can see more at Wikipedia:Administrators' noticeboard/Incidents#Unblock notification not working and at User talk: The IP on the other side looks to be a throwaway so it is less likely they will respond. I don't know if you have been following the issue of the mass quote removals, which was new to me. It looks to be something admins ought to be watching, although any single edit might be OK. If you happen to notice any more IPs making any mass reverts in either direction please let me know. Thanks, EdJohnston (talk) 21:14, 2 July 2014 (UTC)

Yeah, thanks for the update. I caught it while patrolling recent changes, and the IP's edits triggered the edit filter numerous times, and I checked for a war and found a pretty good one. BenYes? 03:46, 3 July 2014 (UTC)